Existing notation systems are designed for particular kinds of music Easy to use system designed to represent any kind of music from around the world and be easy to use Universal system could make it easier for people to understand and discuss musical sound A new universal music notation system designed to notate any type of music from around the world has been developed by a researcher at the University of Sheffield.
Already with established bases in the USA, France, India, Poland and Canada, the Sheffield-based manufacturer of iconic wire fasteners, Gripple has now appointed a Japanese managing director to lead Gripple's expansion within the Japanese construction market.
Commenting on the release of the UK government's long-awaited White Paper on the future UK-EU relationship, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -At last, businesses have a more comprehensive understanding of the Government's aspirations for the UK's future relationship with the European Union.
Two exceptionally talented students Dhilan Devadasan and MÃ¡tÃ© LukÃ¡cs from The University of Sheffield have won The Student Employee of the Year national award for Off Campus Commercial Impact.
All week, The Milestone will be offering an exclusive Graduation Celebration Menu to the students of Sheffield and their families.
Sporty staff from local solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, braved the heatwave to join Dronfield's dedicated running community at the town's annual 10k race.
A Sheffield Hallam University researcher has won an international award due to his groundbreaking work in creating protective coatings for everything from hip joints to satellites.
MPs and Civil Servants have been briefed on the significant impact of a London 2012 Olympic legacy project which is 'transforming quality of life'.