Scientists discover vast networks of lakes and streams on surface of Antarctica's ice sheets Surface water drains onto ice shelves that are vulnerable to collapse Meltwater drainage is more extensive than previously thought and could accelerate ice loss as climate warms Vast lakes and streams are widespread on the surface of Antarctica's ice sheets according to new research published in Nature by an international team of scientists.
The 2017 edition of Sheffield Doc/Fest returns to the city in June, to celebrate the art and business of documentary and all non-fiction visual storytelling.
Chris Wilson, a corporate partner at hlw Keeble Hawson, retires this week after a successful career which has seen the legal sector undergo seismic developments.
As you may be aware a further strike has been called by RMT members affecting all ARN services in its Northern franchise area on Friday 28 April 2017.
Meadowhall is set to provide £100k of pre-employability training and capacity building to help individuals and companies in Sheffield benefit from the proposed £300m Leisure Hall.
An innovative approach by a major leisure operator in the UK to introduce the government's sugar tax initiative on unhealthy fizzy drinks has seen remarkable results.
Ground-breaking technology designed by Sheffield Hallam University to provide an in-depth analysis of fingerprints at crime scenes has been proven to be compatible with real-life forensic investigations.