Unique city-wide festival set to showcase pioneering research from University of Sheffield Festival sees academics collaborate with talented professionals from city's cultural, creative and digital industries Public events feature exhibitions, workshops and performances held in venues throughout Sheffield over 10 days Highlights include an augmented reality experience of Sheffield's long-lost medieval castle and an exhibition by renowned artist Pete McKee highlighting the stigma older people experience around sex and intimate relationships A unique city-wide festival showcasing some of the most pioneering science, art, engineering and culture from across Sheffield is being held this month (20-30 September 2018).
A team of Sheffield Hallam University students have secured their best ever performance in an international motorsport competition.
When a city with hundreds of miles of roads is built on seven hills, getting safety barriers and handrails to fit the slopes is not always an easy job.
A Sheffield Hallam University academic is celebrating success today after she was honoured with a prestigious national teaching award.
Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, are highlighting the serious and costly impact whistleblowing can have on local organisations.
University of Sheffield scientists awarded funding to significantly reduce carbon footprint of plant growth research facility State-of-the-art controlled environment facility is helping to enhance our understanding of how crops are affected by climate change and develop solutions to overcome common plant pathogens and diseases Funding to help scientists modernise facility while vastly reducing its energy usage One of the most advanced plant growth facilities in the world, which is helping scientists to enhance our understanding of how crops are being affected by climate change and disease, is set to become more sustainable thanks to new funding.