Researchers from around the UK, led by a team at the University of Sheffield's Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), have found new evidence to support early nutrition management in motor neuron disease (MND).
Experts From Irwin Mitchell Lend Support To Sheffield Charity Two specialist business lawyers at Irwin Mitchell's Sheffield office are sacrificing a good night's sleep in a comfy bed for a night out under stars this week in an effort to raise vital funds to support the city's Cathedral Archer Project (CAP).
Proposals for the second phase of home building by Sheffield Housing Company have been approved by the city's planning committee (26th May).
12,000 people die in the UK every year from breast cancer The most common site for the disease to spread is the bone Existing class of drugs for osteoporosis could stop the spread of the disease Leading scientists from the University of Sheffield and University of Copenhagen have identified a possible key to preventing secondary cancers in breast cancer patients, after discovering an enzyme which enhances the spread of the disease.
More than 3,400 film, TV and digital industry delegates expected to attend Sheffield Doc/Fest Sheffield Doc/Fest is one of the top three documentary festivals in the world Footage from the University of Sheffield Library's National Fairground Archive will feature in the world premiere of The Greatest Shows on Earth to form part of the opening night entertainment Music from members of Sigur RÃ³s, the Icelandic rock band who have appeared in both Game of Thrones and The Simpsons, will also feature Film fans are counting down the days to the start of Sheffield Doc/Fest which this year will see the University of Sheffield kicking off the event and playing a major part in the packed programme.
-For some time Sheffield Chamber has been asking for more of the debate and resources to be focused on wealth creation rather than just cost-cutting, so there are many things in this speech that are pleasing because underlying everything is this commitment to grow.
Researchers from the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN) have shed light on how mutations in a high risk gene specifically affect motor neurons.