University of Sheffield researchers set to present series of talks exploring how 16th century religious change still shapes people's lives today Church of England's historic break from Rome was -like Brexit, with claims it shaped modern attitudes towards women, sex and power 500 Reformations project collaborates with libraries, schools, and community organisations with specialist speakers available throughout 2018 A new series of public talks exploring how radical religious changes in 16th century Europe are still shaping the way many people live their lives today is being launched in South Yorkshire next week.
UTC Sheffield computing students will train in the latest high tech facilities with the unveiling of a cyber security laboratory next week.
MSC R&D is delighted to announce that it is now techUK's chosen partner for the provision of R&D tax credits and other innovation funding services, following a competitive tender process.
Dedicated initiative to improve employee access to financial education CYBG, owners of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks, has launched a dedicated Employee Financial Well-being proposition, aimed at improving access to financial education for employees of their business customers.
Yorkshire's largest independent firm of chartered accountants, BHP has raised £27,000 for just over 50 charities in only one year.
A Rotherham schoolgirl is one of eight children whose artwork is taking pride of place on a new range of eco-friendly shopping bags for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.