University of Sheffield study captures first evidence of wild otters breeding in the Peak District Video shows an otter cub and its mother sniffing for scent left by other otters Evidence is part of study which is using spraint DNA to increase our understanding of otter populations in the Peak District Findings could be used to help the UK's recovering otter population The first evidence of otters breeding in the Peak District has been found as part of a project led by scientists at the University of Sheffield.
Free to attend, this is an informative breakfast briefing designed to enable business-leaders across South Yorkshire to keep their finger on the pulse as far as economic and investment conditions are concerned.
Students from Sheffield Hallam University are to travel to northern France to work with children and families who remain living there in poor conditions following the demolition of the Calais 'Jungle' refugee camp.
The SEO Works have won -Best SEO and PPC Agency at this year's Prolific North Awards, positioning them as the leading digital marketing agency in the North.
International study shows forced labour is widespread in global tea and cocoa supply chains feeding UK and European markets Ethical certification schemes are failing to combat forced labour in tea and cocoa supply chains Large scale reforms are needed from governments, global corporations, certification organisations, and industry auditors to eradicate forced labour including living wages and strong enforcement of labour standards.
A Sheffield-based creative marketing agency that prides itself on helping 'Brands Burn Brighter' has won a national award for Brand Strategy.