Sheffield social enterprise Step-Up Support is enhancing its short term care provision to adults with learning disabilities and their families after buying a four bedroomed house in south east Sheffield.
A well-known 'superbug' which was thought to have been a static or non-motile organism has been observed showing signs of active motility by scientists at the Universities of Sheffield and Nottingham.
Two of the biggest names from politics will be swapping London for the north in January to mark two important milestones for Sheffield Hallam University.
- Legal services to businesses and high net-worth private client work will account for half of turnover of Irwin Mitchell Irwin Mitchell and Thomas Eggar today (17th Dec) complete their merger creating a £250m legal business in 15 locations with nearly 300 partners.
Existing drug used to treat osteoporosis protects stem cells from ageing Scientists now want to understand if the drug can be used to revert ageing in stem cells Stem cells can be protected from the effects of ageing by a drug currently used to treat patients with osteoporosis, a breakthrough study has found.
A Caribbean Carnival will be coming to Magna next summer with a two week festival which is potentially the biggest event the venue has ever hosted.
A canine companion which changed the life of a young boy after he was diagnosed with autism has paid a visit to staff at Westfield Health.
Professor Liz Barnes, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Sheffield Hallam University, is to take up the role of Vice-Chancellor of Staffordshire University from 1 April 2016.