Ken's Big Charity Quiz makes a return for 2017! We're raising even more money for Brainwave and would be delighted if you could join us for a very entertaining evening indeed! Your quiz master for the night will be our very own Ken Stevens who will be running the event in his own inimitable way.
ProAktive Pedallers Invitation Cycling and networking wheeled into one! We're getting together in August for the next ProAktive Pedallers event; hoorah we hear you say! We hope you can join us on Thursday 24th August.
Sheffield Hallam has improved its score for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) putting it in the top 50 universities in the country.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park will be celebrating World Lion Day tomorrow (Thursday, August 10th) highlighting the plight of wild lions who are under threat in their native habitat and also remembering how it saved the Park's lions from terrible conditions in a Romanian zoo and brought them to a new life in Yorkshire in 2010 after a public appeal to save them.
A Sheffield IT firm has secured contract wins worth more than £4million after receiving an important international accreditation.
The sales director of a leading Sheffield logistics firm will be taking a leap of faith later this year when he tackles a 15,000ft skydive to support a local children's hospice.
New research is important contribution to understanding bacterial evolution Bacterial evolution, particularly resistance to antibiotics, is an emerging public health threat New research from the University of Sheffield has found that bacterial plasmids readily pick up new genes and spread them to new species something which is an increasing concern for transfer of antibiotic resistance between bacterial species.
A networking group with a difference It's back! We've had a little break since the start of the year and lots of you have been asking when the next PBBC is.
Commenting on the trade statistics for June, released today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The sharp deterioration in the UK's net trade position in June was disappointing, and means the trade deficit in the second quarter of this year came in slightly higher than in the previous quarter.