University of Sheffield research shows more than 50,000 people were killed by landslides around the world between 2004 and 2016 Study of more than 4,800 fatal landslides over 13-year period reveals for the first time that landslides resulting from human activity have increased More than 50,000 people were killed by landslides around the world between 2004 and 2016, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Sheffield.
68 per cent of alcohol industry revenue in England comes from consumers drinking at risky levels If all drinkers complied with the Chief Medical Officer's recommended guideline levels, alcohol sales would decline by £13 billion The average price of a pint in a pub would have to rise by £2.
The City of Sheffield and Sheffield United's Bramall Lane stadium have been confirmed as hosts by the Football Association in its bid to stage the UEFA Women's EURO 2021 in England.
The scenario is unfortunately a common one you take a call from one of your employees or a fellow director who has been involved in an accident while out on company business.
University of Sheffield zoologist solves centuries-old mystery behind the peculiar shape of a guillemot egg Findings part of 50-year study into the behaviour of guillemots, puffins and razorbills on British coastline Research is one of the longest-running scientific studies of its kind and has revealed vital insights into how seabirds and their habits have been affected by climate change Renowned zoologist set to retire and launches fundraising campaign to hand lifelong work to next generation of scientists A centuries-old mystery behind the shape of a bird's egg has been solved by scientists at the University of Sheffield as part of one of the longest-running scientific studies of its kind.
Keebles has acted in a £25m investment for UK holiday park operator Coppergreen as the business continues to pursue its growth strategy.
Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry (-the Chamber) is pleased to announce the following changes to its executive team: Following 3 successful years as Operations Director, Brenda Jordan has been promoted to the role of Chief Operating Officer with full responsibility for the running of the operations of the Chamber, including membership & member services, training, international trade, events, marketing and the management of all staff.