Next-day delivery’s a ‘life-saver’, but how does it affect working lives?

Online shopping has forced a step-change in the world’s approach to delivering parcels. While the customer is satisfied, how is this affecting those in charge of meeting the demand?

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Report highlights ‘Brexit’ risks for UK’s poorest regions

New research from the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) highlights the varying regional economic implications of a possible ‘Brexit’ on the UK’s poorest regions such as the North East (pictured) and Northern Ireland.

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Applications open for Crook Public Service Fellowships to tackle housing challenges

Future leaders in the public and not-for-profit sectors are invited to apply for the Crook Public Fellowships Scheme 2016.

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China's Future - Wednesday 8 June 2016 5-7pm

Renowned political scientist Professor David Shambaugh discusses his latest book 'China's Future?' in this special event open to the public. He will look at the potential pathways China can take and the consequences they may have for the world.

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Students work with world-renowned practice and designer at Chelsea Flower Show

Sheffield architecture and landscape students have worked with Zap Architecture and Diarmuid Gavin on the delivery of an exhibit as part of the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show which takes place from 24-28 May.

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Leave or remain? Experts offer their opinion on Brexit

On Thursday 23 June 2016, the UK will hold a referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union. Read the latest analysis from Faculty academics ahead of the vote.

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