Dancing on Ice had returned to our screens after a four-year break, so why not dust off your ice skates and make your way down to iceSheffield to show off your skills.
Working with families facing the toughest times of their lives has inspired Bluebell Wood community support worker Sherry Leigh to tackle one of the biggest hiking challenges in the UK.
Office Friendly launched their new website earlier this week, revealing a new strategic direction and a library of complimentary resources that pave a better way for dealers.
Sara Ellison's appointment will help meet growing demand following Legal 500 recognition Multi-disciplined law firm Banner Jones has expanded its Employment Law division with the appointment of Sara Ellison, a HR and Employment Law Legal Executive.
Max Fischer, the founder of Michelin Star restaurant Fischer's at Baslow Hall, is returning to Sheffield Hallam University to host a pop-up restaurant following a successful maiden event last year.
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.