Only 12 per cent of 170 women had been referred to a fertility consultant Many women are unaware that infertility could be a consequence of chemotherapy New tools will be developed to help female cancer patients make more informed decisions about their future fertility in a pioneering project at the University of Sheffield.
The University of Sheffield is going on tour with 'The Mobile University' to deliver free talks to the public.
Are you looking to the future and wondering how you will find suitable young talent to help your organisation or service develop and grow? Young people with scientific and technical talent and job-ready skills are hard to come by it needs a particular approach to education, one in which employers are involved from the outset.
Sheffield Wednesday's summer National Citizen's Service (NCS) participants raised over £3,500 for Sheffield-based cancer charity Cavendish Cancer Care.
Delivering a reduction in fuel consumption is one of the main areas where fleet managers and members of the public alike can help to drive significant savings on vehicle upkeep.
Association between employment and property crime which was strong in 1970s and 1980s fell from 1995 and became non-existent by 2005 Other research to be presented at Centre for Crime and Justice Studies includes changes in domestic property crime in the 1980s and 1990s and changing attitudes to crime and punishment across generations The assumption that rising unemployment means rising crime is challenged by new research by the Universities of Sheffield, Southampton and SciencesPo in Paris.
Taylor&Emmet LLP is welcoming a new head of corporate finance and commercial law to strengthen the advice it provides to organisations across Yorkshire.