Sheffield joins national PRINCIPLE trial to prevent older coronavirus patients becoming seriously ill
Four scientists from the University of Sheffield have been recognised for conducting outstanding research which is at the forefront of innovation in the UK.
Commenting on the Education & Skills Funding Agency’s announcement of a post-16 provider relief scheme which will seek to continue education and training during the coronavirus pandemic, BCC Head of People Policy Jane Gratton said:
A Barnsley-based leader in the UK’s measurement and mapping industry swiftly weighed up its options when Covid-19 lockdown struck – and got its entire team learning new skills online.
Sheffield Hallam University is launching an appeal to support students who are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new study which could improve how UK accident and emergency departments identify which coronavirus patients need to be admitted to hospital has been launched by researchers from the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.
Peak Architects and three local companies behind the recently launched Design-a-Den challenge are delighted to announce Lord Burlington, Chair of the Devonshire Educational Trust, as one of the judges to find the best imaginary hideaway across Derbyshire
The online educational publisher Twinkl has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
Physicists from the University of Sheffield have taken a step towards understanding why the universe is made of mostly matter and not antimatter, by studying the difference between the two.