An event to celebrate the opening of hlw Keeble Hawson's office move to Capitol Building at Bond Court, Leeds, has boosted funds for St Gemma's Hospice by over £500.
An engineering student from Sheffield Hallam University is one of just five students in the running for a national STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) award.
Sheffield broker IFM Insurance based on Tapton House Road today announces that it is to sponsor the Hallamshire Golf Day on 10th June in support of Neurocare.
A unique conference that gave patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) the chance to express their perspectives on the condition directly to medical experts has been held in Sheffield.
Hollywood actor Sean Bean will be returning to the Bramall Lane dugout when he takes charge of a team of Sheffield United legends, as they take on a Fulham All Stars side including Jimmy Bullard and TV star Jack Whitehall in a charity football match at Bramall Lane.
The internal courtyard at the brand new Gatecrasher Apartments in Sheffield is to pay homage to the sites iconic musical heritage.
Final BCC pre-referendum survey shows that, with less than 50 days to go, a majority of businesspeople surveyed (54%) say they will vote for the UK to Remain in the European Union Voting intentions have tightened amongst the businesspeople surveyed with Leave now polling seven points higher (37%) than in the BCC's February survey Previous survey in February had Remain on 60%, Leave with 30%, and 10% don't know The vast majority nearly 90% of those businesspeople surveyed by the neutral business organization are now unlikely to change their vote Nearly 90% of the senior businesspeople polled in a major new British Chambers of Commerce survey say they are unlikely to change how they will vote before the June 23rd referendum.
Study reveals how male fruit flies evolve to outcompete their rivals Males under intense sexual competition turn into 'super males' to successfully mate Results could change the way we look at the emergence of new species Males who evolve in male-dominated populations become far better at securing females than those who grow up in monogamous populations, according to new research into the behaviour of fruit flies at the University of Sheffield.
Computer model of how bees avoid hitting walls could help autonomous robots in situations like search and rescue Scientists' take an important step in understanding how the bee brain processes the visual world Bees control their flight using the speed of motion, or optic flow Scientists at the University of Sheffield have created a computer model of how bees avoid hitting walls which could be a breakthrough in the development of autonomous robots.