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Sheffield

City in south yorkshire, England

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BBC News
March 27, 2020
BBC News
Derbyshire Police is accused of "nanny policing" after sharing aerial shots of Peak District walkers.
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
March 19, 2020
Mail Online
Growing fruit and veg in just 10 per cent of a city's urban land such as parks and roadsides could provide 15 per cent of its population with a daily intake of five portions of fruit and veg.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
February 12, 2020
Mail Online
A team of experts in hydroponics from the University of Sheffield have been working with refugees in Jordan to create 'desert gardens' using foam from mattresses.
February 7, 2020
WebWire
, , , , • Researchers at the University of Sheffield have identified that core cognitive skills - memory, attention and self-regulation - support children's early maths ability, , • The study investigated the cause of the attainment gap in early maths skills, , • Findings of the research showed that intervening using brain training exercises to target these skills will not close the gap, , • The next step of the research will be to see if teaching methods that are less demanding on children's attent...
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
January 21, 2020
Mail Online
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have manufactured antibacterial 3D-printed parts that could help stop the spread of bacteria in hospitals and via smartphones.
December 20, 2019
WebWire
, , , , • University of Sheffield researchers found that half of the retail and hospitality businesses they surveyed had increased prices after minimum wage hike, as 70 per cent saw an impact on profits, , • Increases in National Living Wage have led some retail and hospitality sector firms to reduce staffing and cut paid breaks, according to a government-commissioned study, , • Many firms have taken a low-road approach to offsetting labour cost increases by replacing older workers with younger st...
Sarah Knapton
November 12, 2019
The Telegraph
Severe flooding could cut off more villages this week, The Met Office has warned, as locals questioned the slow response in tackling the growing crisis.
Simon Murphy
November 8, 2019
the Guardian
Aerial video shows Yorkshire houses partially submerged by flood water - video
Verity Bowman
November 8, 2019
The Telegraph
A woman's body has been pulled from flood water in Derbyshire amid warnings of 'danger to life' after heavy rainfall.
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NDTV Food
Tomatoes are one food that has been recently discovered by a team of scientists to possess sperm-improving properties.
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News18
The discovery could transform the outlook for men with fertility problems as sperm quality could be improved with a simple diet supplement containing LactoLycopene found in cooked tomatoes.
October 1, 2019
WebWire
Universities should offer alcohol-free accommodation to make the transition to higher education easier for students across the UK who have been in care and reflect the recent decline in youth drinking, according to experts. Research by Dr Katie Ellis and Claire Johnston at the University of Sheffield found that 70 per cent of students who have left care find it easy to make friends at university, but 27 per cent find the culture of drinking and drug use too much for them. More than hal...
September 23, 2019
WebWire
The Japanese government's "failure to imagine the future" means brand new sea defences could be overwhelmed in the face of extreme tsunamis made more destructive by rising sea levels, according to academics at the University of Sheffield. Experts at the University's School of East Asian Studies found that the Japanese government did not account for global heating-driven sea level rises in its recommendations after the devastating earthquake and tsunami of 11 March 2011. In a paper pub...
Letters
September 6, 2019
the Guardian
'There's nothing new in the world of rubbish,' says Peter Hounsell. Photograph: Alamy
July 8, 2019
WebWire
As we warm up for another year of the IDFA DocLab R&D Program, our new media colleagues catch up with some of the artists who participated in the program's first year. Where are they now? Launched in 2018 in collaboration with MIT Open Documentary Lab, the DocLab R&D Program seeks to challenge the boundaries of traditional research and development frameworks. Artists are researchers in this setup, and the interactive/immersive art born from their praxis -- whether an algorithmic installa...
June 6, 2019
WebWire
IDFA is delighted to announce that Sarah Dawson and María Campaña Ramia are joining the team of IDFA programmers. In addition, the festival presents a new award scheme for the upcoming edition, with a greater focus on documentary producers, editors, and cinematographers, as well as directors. Sarah Dawson and María Campaña Ramia join IDFA program team The IDFA team is very happy to welcome two new programmers. Sarah Dawson, currently an Associate Programmer and Program Manager at Sheff...
April 29, 2019
WebWire
Barclays and Kollider have officially launched their new digital and tech incubator in Sheffield. Kollider Incubator powered by Barclays Eagle Lab is a space specifically designed for businesses and ambitious entrepreneurs to scale quickly., , , , Located at Kollider's space in Castle House, Sheffield, and combining the innovative Barclays Eagle Lab model with Kollider's incubator success, the Lab will support entrepreneurs and fledgling businesses in Yorkshire as they look to create, innovate...