A unique conference celebrating 25 years of the IBS Network Presented by people with IBS with responses by medical experts Answering your questions: What is IBS? What can I eat? What do you want from research? How to live life better with IBS How to work with your doctor Speakers Include: Dr Anton Emmanuel Professor Peter Whorwell Professor Qasim Aziz also Cooking for the sensitive gut - a cookery demonstration by Dr Joan Ransley Buffet lunch of IBS friendly foods Trade Exhibition Tickets are FREE to people with IBS and healthcare professionals or £25 if you are employed by a commercial organisation.
A brave teenager is taking on the UK's highest tandem skydive in June to raise money in memory of her late gran and granddad.
Sheffield Hallam University has secured a £50,000 grant from Alcoa Foundation to deliver a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills development programme for more than 300 young people and students.
The Children's Food Trust Big Cookathon 2016 The BIG Cookathon gets as many people together as possible to cook a healthy meal from scratch.
Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill's Rio 2016 preparations are on track following a major upgrade of training facilities at the English Institute of Sport - Sheffield (EIS Sheffield).
The coach behind Olympic champion, Jessica Ennis-Hill has spoken to Sheffield Hallam University students about how he's coaching the athlete back to Olympic form following the birth of her son.