Researchers shed light on why some plants thrive in different environments while others become extinct Plants with C4 photosynthesis can thrive in a range of ecological conditions Discovery could be key in helping improve vital food security A team of international researchers, led by the University of Sheffield, has moved one step closer to discovering how physiological attributes allow some plants to thrive in a variety of conditions something that could be the key to future food sustainability.
Businesses in Yorkshire are on course for a summer of success, according to the latest Business Trends Report by accountants and business advisers BDO LLP.
One of South Yorkshire's leading firms of solicitors, Wake Smith, has announced its plans to relocate into prestigious Sheffield city centre offices, pledging future commitment to the city.
A partnership that has seen young people tackle business challenges at a range of social enterprises across the city, from working with skate parks to charities that tackle homelessness, has celebrated its first year.
Wake Smith - HR Club Tuesday 8th September 2015 8:30 am - 10am The HR Breakfast Event will review: Exits & Compensation -tax free or not by Holly Dobson Reasonable adjustments/Sickness & Dismissal latest case law explained by Holly Dobson Day One Rights - Employee rights during the first two years by Mark Serby 8:30 - 8:45am Registration 8:45 - 9:00am Refreshments 9:00 - 9:45am Presentations 9:45 - 10:00am Q&A 10:00am Close As with all HR Club events, there will be an opportunity to informally discuss any issues with the Employment team and network with other HR professionals.
Jillian Thomas, the managing director of Sheffield-based Future Life Wealth Management, has been shortlisted for a top business award.
People ignore daily alcohol guidelines as they are deemed irrelevant to occasional drinkers Findings show drinkers prefer Canadian and Australian guidelines Research may be used to inform new policies in the future The Government's current alcohol guidelines are unrealistic and largely ignored because they have little relevance to people's drinking habits, according to a new report by the University of Sheffield's Alcohol Research Group (SARG) in collaboration with the University of Stirling.