The University of Sheffield has been awarded funding to support new PhD students studying arts and humanities subjects.
Commenting on today's A level results and the apprenticeship statistics released by the Department for Education, Jane Gratton, Head of Business Skills at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Business people across the country will offer their sincere congratulations to all the students who received their A level results.
UTC Sheffield City Centre students are celebrating a strong set of A Level and technical results with a higher pass rate in both types of qualifications.
Sainsbury's make a difference Shoppers and staff at Sainsbury's Sheffield Archer Road branch have kindly pledged to support Weston Park Cancer Charity by adopting the non-profit organisation as Local Partner Charity of the Year.
Irwin Mitchell Advises On £12m Deal The Sheffield-office of law firm Irwin Mitchell has advised Electronic Data Processing Plc on its £12m sale to Eagle Bidco 2018 Limited.
Sheffield-based Whitespace Technology is rolling-out a ground-breaking project to deliver high-speed broadband to UK homes and businesses struggling with connectivity.
Fancy the idea of setting up your own business but haven't a clue where to start? Love the idea of being your own boss? Currently work for someone else but want to develop your business brain to help you get that promotion On Sat 8th September, the Junior Chamber International (JCI Sheffield) are running a Business Academy hosted by The University of Sheffield Management School and supported by the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI).
Largest and most rigorous trial of its kind compared two drugs given for pain control in labour - pethidine and remifentanil Half the number of women in the Remifentanil Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA) group went on to require an epidural, compared to those in the pethidine group Remifentanil (PCA) is currently offered as standard care in very few UK hospitals but could significantly reduce the number of women requiring an epidural An alternative patient-controlled pain relief drug could significantly reduce the number of women requiring an epidural during childbirth, a new study has revealed.