11,500 people die in the UK every year from breast cancer The most common site for the disease to spread is the bone Research identified molecule which plays a critical role in helping secondary breast tumours form in the bone A leading scientist from the University of Sheffield is investigating a possible key to preventing breast cancer spreading to the bone.
A Victorian family home, once belonging to the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, is currently on sale with leading South Yorkshire based estate agency Redbrik.
Join us for an evening with SUFC legend Brian Deane! On the 29th June 2017 at G-Casino we will be holding an exclusive evening for 100 people with Brian Deane.
Generous donations help appeal reach £500,000 milestone MRI-PET scanner will provide the most detailed images of inside the human body Scanner will help enhance research into serious conditions like Alzheimer's, cancer and heart disease The Sheffield Scanner appeal, which aims to bring the most advanced medical imaging to Yorkshire has reached the £500,000 milestone.
The University of Sheffield joined over 35 other UK universities and research institutions as founding signatories of the Technician Commitment The commitment aims to address key challenges facing technical staff working in research The initiative was launched at the Higher Education Technicians Summit in Warwick The University of Sheffield today (31 May 2017) joined more than 35 universities and research institutions across the UK in a pledge to support its technicians.
For his first production on the Crucible stage, Julius Caesar, Sheffield Theatres' Artistic Director, Robert Hastie has collaborated with two Sheffield businesses, showcasing the traditional craftsmanship of bespoke knife-maker Stuart Mitchell and BAFTA award-winning digital agency Joi Polloi.
An art installation responding to the global refugee crisis which includes a special performance by Sheffield Hallam University students - has stunned audiences at the Biennale di Venezia International Art Exhibition.