Exhibition is inspired by the University of Sheffield's research into the use of MRI in post-mortems following the tragedy of early life loss Exhibition hopes to make early-life loss more visible and explores what actually happens after a baby tragically dies Academics from the University of Sheffield, are this week, (5-14 December) hosting an exhibition in the city to challenge taboos surrounding still birth, miscarriage and sudden infant death syndrome.
Unprecedented joint statement from national Chamber organisations bordering the North Sea Leading business organisations representing businesses in seven countries that account for 70% of EU-UK trade The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today joined with national Chamber organisations from six countries bordering the North Sea, on the United Kingdom and the European Union to swiftly move to talks on transition and the future EU-UK trade relationship now that sufficient progress in the first phase of the Brexit negotiations has been made.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today (Monday) slightly downgraded its three-year outlook for the UK economy, cutting growth expectations from 1.
Commenting on the news that the UK government and the European Commission have reached a deal to conclude the first phase of the Brexit negotiations, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Businesses will be breathing a sigh of relief that 'sufficient progress' has been achieved.
Students who need to switch universities mid-course for personal reasons need greater support within the sector to prevent them dropping out of their studies altogether, a new report led by the University of Sheffield has found.