A world-renowned, female scholar has kicked off the Sheffield Science and Engineering Festival with an inspirational talk about women in science at Sheffield Hallam University.
On 20th January 2014, St Wilfrid's Centre, a charity day centre in Sheffield, supporting homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded people received a rather unusual request, quite out of the blue.
Stainless, a graphic, interactive novel set in Sheffield which celebrates the life and work of Harry Brearley who invented stainless steel a century ago, was launched at Gripple Limited and is now being handed out free of charge to each of the 14,000 12-13 year old students in South Yorkshire to spark their interest in technology.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP has helped win a high court battle to stop a crematorium being constructed in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Sheffield's universities, employers and council are celebrating three years of working together to give employment opportunities to over 300 students.
Sport engineers at Sheffield Hallam University are giving a public lecture on cycling technology on Wednesday 19 March, as part of the Institute of Engineering and Technology's Prestige lecture series.
Commenting on the Higgins Report on High Speed Two which has been published today, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -HS2 is vital for our economic future, as it is the only scheme that can provide the extra capacity that Britain's overstretched railways so desperately need.
This year, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is proud to be hosting its 11th annual Chamber Awards ceremony.