Sheffield heavy lifting specialist, Mechan, is joining a select group of exhibitors at a global gathering of train operating companies in London next month.
The Translational Oncology Initiative will accelerate potentially lifesaving treatments from the lab bench to bedside Sheffield scientists are at the forefront of cancer research areas and continually developing potential new therapies New 'Trojan Horse' therapy uses a virus hidden in immune cells that seek and destroy cancer cells from within Potentially life-saving therapies for cancer will be accelerated into clinical trials more quickly due to a pioneering project launched by scientists and clinicians at the University of Sheffield.
A group of family lawyers and collaborative professionals from across the region has released a flock of white doves in Millennium Square, Leeds, to mark the launch of a not-for-profit organisation to keep divorce proceedings amicable and out of court.
Autism Plus, a local charity that supports young people and adults with autism and other complex needs is offering supporters the chance to win up to £25,000 this Christmas thanks to the NVCO 'Give and Win' Lottery.
One of Concord Sports Centre's longest serving staff members has heaped praise on the venue after it celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Sheffield-based Artist, Alan Pennington, has generously created and donated artwork for Cavendish Cancer Care's Christmas cards this year.
Twenty-nine years after stepping on stage to collect her own undergraduate degree, Louise Brooke-Smith returned to Sheffield City Hall to collect an honorary doctorate yesterday.
New study tests impact of annual tax summaries on public support for welfare and state spending Results show Government presentation of public spending with welfare listed as the top category - may lead to lower support for state spending, and could contribute to anti-welfare sentiments The way the Government presents its annual tax summaries may contribute to anti-welfare sentiments, according to a new study by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) at the University of Sheffield.