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.
University of Sheffield President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett has signed an agreement with Professor Dr Kamal Nasharuddin Mustapha, Vice-Chancellor of UNITEN University in Malaysia, to build research partnerships and student and faculty exchanges between the two institutions in the crucial area of energy.
The Sheffield City Region Chambers are co-delivering a major breakfast event to publicly unveil the latest intelligence from its Quarterly Economic Survey affecting those firms operating within the region.
Sheffield is claimed to be the greenest city in Europe and Sheffield City Council is doing a lot to help keep the streets and parks clean, but unfortunately some areas still get tainted with litter.
In early May over 100 Sheffield City Region businesses will meet to discuss the results of the latest Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) for quarter one 2017.
Researchers from Sheffield Hallam University are working with the Indian government to build a new power plant which will process a third of New Delhi's waste.