Engineers from the University of Sheffield's Engineering Faculty and Boston's Children Hospital, Harvard Medical School have created a robot that can be used to help treat babies with a rare birth defect that affects an infant's oesophagus The robot stimulates cells by gently pulling on tissue using sensors The robot is inspired by the Foker procedure but is less invasive and more accurate and will enable babies to move more freely during this delicate procedure Researchers at the University of Sheffield and Boston's Children Hospital, Harvard Medical School have created a robot that can be implanted into the body to aid the treatment of oesophageal atresia, a rare birth defect that affects a baby's oesophagus.
Sheffield has been named an official Social Enterprise City winning a national award recognising it as a hot-spot of social enterprise activity.
Doncaster Sheffield Airport are delighted to share details of their free luggage offer for flights from DSA to any of the 11 destinations served with Flybe.
Celebrate the New Year in style with a VIP hospitality experience to watch the Blades take on Preston North End in the Emirates FA Cup.
Been meaning to make a Will but not yet got round to it? You can have your Will expertly written for free this February, in return for a suggested donation to Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have been working with global phenomenon, parkrun, to increase participation amongst people with disabilities and long-term health conditions.
Sheffield city centre will have more publicly accessible defibrillators than any other UK city Sheffield city centre will soon have more publicly accessible defibrillators than any other UK city centre, as Sheffield BID launches PulsePoints, a new initiative in partnership with Westfield Health Charitable Trust and the Yorkshire Ambulance Service.
Benchmark rallies support from business friends to assist the homeless day centre, the Cathedral Archer Project, and provide a bike to allow one of their regular visitors a lifeline to the outside world.
Join the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) and Centre for Sports Engineering Research (CSER) at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) for a two day practical high speed video workshop with leading academics.