University of Sheffield scientists discover drug used for arthritis could be used to treat blood cancer Polycythemia Vera, a type of blood cancer, affects 3,000 people a year Breakthrough offers an affordable and effective treatment Blood cancer sufferers could be treated with a simple arthritis drug, scientists at the University of Sheffield have discovered.
Study of Conservative and Labour manifestos shows a 'significant shift' in both parties' focus on saving and savings Positive discourse on savings most strongly promoted by Labour in 2010 and the Conservatives in 2015 The political discourse of the main UK political parties around savings has significantly shifted, according to a new analysis by the University of Sheffield.
Today's interest rate decision and inflation report announcement by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee could 'hide a growing worry for our economy', according to Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Richard Wright, Sheffield Chamber's Executive Director, said: "Today the Bank of England kept interest rates the same but downgraded its growth forecast for both this year and next year.
Commenting on today's interest rate decision and inflation report by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The Bank of England's decision to keep interest rates unchanged is unsurprising, and reflects the more subdued levels of growth we have seen in UK business communities over recent months.
Sheffield firm's specialist crane ensures nuclear decommissioning is in safe hands A crane designed, manufactured, tested and installed by Sheffield engineering specialists SCX Special Projects is to play a key role in the decommissioning of the former Dounreay nuclear plant in northern Scotland.
A schoolgirl who owes her health to Sheffield Children's Hospital is proud to be the poster girl for its latest fundraising campaign - a raffle to win a £10,000 dream holiday.
University of Sheffield archaeologists work with City Council on bid to secure funding to investigate the remains of Sheffield's medieval castle The work is part of a partnership which also includes local community groups, and local businesses The new funding will initiate the transformation of the Castlegate area of city University of Sheffield architecture students create vibrant visions for future of the site Archaeologists at the University of Sheffield are set to uncover the remains of one of the biggest castles in England, thanks to a major new funding award.