A Sheffield Hallam degree apprentice studying on the University’s programme with Morrisons has been shortlisted for an award that celebrates black and minority ethnic apprentices.
More than 80 per cent of the Indonesian rainforest, mangroves and peatlands most vulnerable to being cleared for palm oil production is completely unprotected by the country’s Forest Moratorium, according to new research.
Sheffield Hallam is helping disadvantaged children boost their confidence and enjoyment of reading this summer by distributing books through foodbanks across the region.
A scientist from the University of Sheffield who pioneered the first licenced therapy for children with a chronic hormone deficiency has been honoured with a prestigious international award.
A business accelerator that supports budding entrepreneurs is offering £250,000 to young people who want to start a digital business in South Yorkshire.
The risk of atypical femur fractures increases with prolonged use of bisphosphonates, drugs commonly used to treat osteoporosis, according to a new study.
Helen Paul, who had worked as a conveyancer in the commercial property team at Wake Smith Solicitors for more than 22 years, died in June after a short illness.
The University of Sheffield is to be part of a targeted research institute that will help solve the UK’s productivity puzzle which could mean better jobs and higher living standards.