Bombshells and Bonds: The outlook for UK interest rates and bond yields and the implications for pension provision (DC and DB) In our latest seminar our speakers will discuss the outlook for UK interest rates and bond yields in the light of such events as Brexit and the election of Donald Trump and will then discuss the consequences for pension provision.
Five-year study finds mechanism responsible for repairing damage to mitochondrial DNA Discovery could pave the way for new treatments for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases Research may also have important implications for clinical advances in so called 'three-parent baby' mitochondrial donation New research has unravelled the mystery of how mitochondria the energy generators within cells can withstand attacks on their DNA from rogue molecules.
Businesses in Sheffield which have been affected by a recent hike in rates are welcoming the news that they can access a £300m relief fund designed to act as a financial safety net.
Global Firm Says Deal Will Help Create Employment Opportunities In Sheffield Outokumpu, the global leader in stainless steel production and distribution, has sold 48 acres of redundant land on Shepcote Lane in Sheffield to Peel Logistics Property.
53 per cent of NHS patients treated for depression and anxiety relapsed within a year of treatment 79 per cent of relapses occurred within six months of treatment Mental health costs the NHS £9.
Is lack of funding stopping you grow your business? Could a cash injection bring your business plans to life? There are a multitude of ways to fund growth which are all appropriate in different situations.
A unique physical activity programme aiming to get thousands of people on the move across Sheffield is returning after last year saw the city clock up 6.
A uniquely-designed supercar, unveiled by the city's leading prestige car dealership, is set to catch the eye at a series of events in Sheffield.
One in 10 pubs closed in England between 2001 and 2013 whilst numbers of supermarkets and convenience stores more than doubled Alcohol is more easily available to buy in more deprived areas compared to the least deprived postcodes 85 per cent of postcodes have access to a shop or pub selling alcohol within 500m One in 10 pubs closed in England between 2001 and 2013 while the numbers of supermarkets and convenience stores more than doubled, according to a new study by the University of Sheffield's Alcohol Research Group (SARG).