A new report published today by University Alliance and supported by Sheffield Hallam University sets out for the first time what is needed to future-proof Britain's research ecosystem, in particular the need for greater collaboration and connectivity.
Every year 2,200 people in Sheffield hear the devastating news they have cancer so at some point, one of your employees may inform you that they have been diagnosed with it or are caring for someone who has cancer.
A new survey from accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP reveals 85% of the automotive industry is positive about growth in 2015.
Two of the highest-profile figures in policing and human rights will be put under the spotlight during Sheffield Hallam University's week-long celebration of social justice.
The BCC has upgraded its UK GDP growth forecast for the next two years, from 2.
The state of sport in the UK has been revealed in new research by Sheffield Hallam University with nearly two million people now belonging to sports clubs, while more than nine million do at least half an hour of physical activity every week.