Sheffield-based SCX Special Projects has designed, manufactured and tested ten on-board cranes for BAE Systems.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is strengthening the services it offers to South Yorkshire families by expanding its team of childcare specialists.
A project by Sheffield Hallam University that can quickly identify the risk of infection in women who have given birth by caesarean section has been shortlisted for a Times Higher Education (THE) award.
Local businesses across Kelham Island are gearing up to welcome fans of the Arctic Monkeys this week, as the band return to play four nights in their home city.
The new wing opened this year and this has been amazing, a truly transformational project, we are also now embarking on an even bigger transformation of a new emergency department, a new cancer and leukaemia ward and a helipad on site (you'll hear lots more about it at the snowflake switch on this Christmas), so we are busy! So the exciting news is this year not only will we have the amazing snowflakes on the hospital but we will also have some in the city centre opposite the peace gardens.
Sheffield-based Pneumatic Components (PCL), the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of pneumatic and tyre inflation systems, has appointed Bryan Fincham to the role of Area Sales Manager to spearhead the business' growth in the South.
New insights into the world's first ever English novel revealed by University of Sheffield researchers Early modern piece is a magical and grisly satire of superstition and religious hypocrisy At a time of huge transformation for England's religious landscape, novel represents the controversies of the day Author feared for his safety under the reign of Mary I and self-censored his work until Elizabeth I came to the throne University of Sheffield researchers adapt novel into its first ever theatre performance The world's first ever English novel a little known satire of magic and religious controversy written during a time of immense political and social change across England and Europe is being brought to life by researchers at the University of Sheffield.