A website created by engineers at the University of Sheffield has been made available to schools as a free resource for GCSE and A-Level physics students, allowing them to do virtual experiments and continue their learning during the coronavirus pandemic
An Israeli digital therapy start-up has become the first international business to join Sheffield Hallam University’s £900,000 Wellbeing Accelerator programme, based at the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) in Sheffield.
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s address this evening (10 May) in which he set out a conditional plan for the next phase of the response to Covid-19, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Can an employer dismiss or discipline an employee that refuses to attend work because they believe that it is unsafe to do so because of Coronavirus?
To help our fellow Chamber members access this vital funding, Taylor&Emmett colleagues and I have put together an off-the-shelf solution to simplify the furlough process.
Commenting on the latest UK Finance figures (7 May) on the number of firms successfully accessing CBILS, the BCC’s Head of Economics Suren Thiru said:
A Barnsley-based leader in the UK’s measurement and mapping industry swiftly weighed up its options when Covid-19 lockdown struck - and got all members of its team learning new skills online.