University of Sheffield music graduates set to perform in concert to honour life and work of the 'Mick Jagger of the string quartet' Concert remembers Peter Cropper, founder and leader of the Lindsay Quartet Music graduates from last 50 years to return to Sheffield from across the UK and all over the world University of Sheffield graduates from around the world are set to return to Sheffield this weekend (25 March 2018) as part of a concert that honours one of classical music's most inspiring musicians.
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SHEFFIELD architects HLM are building a strong relationship with St Luke's Hospice after signing up for the city's Asda Foundation Half Marathon.
Sheffield advisors Shorts Chartered Accountants have teamed up with hlw Keeble Hawson to act as lead advisors and legal representatives to F1 logistics specialists, Delivered on Time Limited, on its sale to Global logistics business DHL, for an undisclosed sum.
Sheffield academics have discovered honeybee colonies adhere to the same laws as the brain when making collective decisions Parallels between bees in a colony and neurons in a brain may ultimately lead to a better understanding of the human brain Researchers from the University of Sheffield have discovered that looking at honeybees in a colony in the same way as neurons in a brain could help us better understand the basic mechanisms of human behaviour.