A Department for Education (DfE) programme to transform technology in education – jointly run by Sheffield Hallam University and other education partners – will now focus on supporting schools and colleges during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Attercliffe-based Inspec Solutions Ltd are an industry-focused, technology systems provider helping to maintain the local tradition of innovation and technology in manufacturing.
Whilst the chaos of this global pandemic understandably dominates world headlines, behind the scenes the UK continues to prepare for the end of the agreed transition period on 31st December 2020.
Commenting on the publication of the UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery plan and associated workplace guidance, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Doncaster Sheffield Airport is one of many aviation organisations pivoting its core business in response to the coronavirus.
A website created by engineers at the University of Sheffield has been made available to schools as a free resource for GCSE and A-Level physics students, allowing them to do virtual experiments and continue their learning during the coronavirus pandemic
An Israeli digital therapy start-up has become the first international business to join Sheffield Hallam University’s £900,000 Wellbeing Accelerator programme, based at the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) in Sheffield.
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s address this evening (10 May) in which he set out a conditional plan for the next phase of the response to Covid-19, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: