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Digital Museum of Dress Accessories to launch at University of York
Researchers to develop framework to determine legal and moral responsibilities for autonomous systems
York MP calls for investment in BioYorkshire during House of Commons debate
New report highlights action needed to tackle social mobility across country
Human challenge study to lay foundations for vaccine development for neglected tropical disease
York academics lead partnership to revitalise famous York Street
University of York researchers have their say on Government’s National Food Strategy
Global study takes stock of human adaptation to climate change
University of York researchers present evidence to MPs on Government’s Holiday Activities and Food Programme
Survey reveals “eco-anxiety” over climate crisis
Scientists build on AI modelling to understand more about protein-sugar structures
Researchers develop new methods to enhance film experience for visually impaired audiences
University of York scientist joins global call to ban harmful fisheries subsidies
North of England research collaboration awarded £1.9 million to study MRSA decolonisation
New photography exhibition showing York’s climate research launches
Scientists discover how bacteria use liquid protein droplets to overcome stress
York scientist provides expertise for ambitious bid to host UK’s first prototype fusion energy plant
York physicists to help develop new detector technology for new powerful particle collider
Links between railways and slavery to be explored in new research project
Nature-based activities can improve mood and reduce anxiety, new study shows
New climate projections show an Earth that is alien to humans by 2500
Sibling bullying associated with poor mental health outcomes years later, new study finds
Botstiber Institute for Wildlife Fertility Control opens new European office at York
UK’s first ever claimant-led guide to Universal Credit launches as furlough ends
Lockdown changed how much we thought about future and other people, new study shows
Climate change risks to global food trade and food security
University collaborates with Beverley Minster on new ‘Sanctuary’ exhibition
Grow It York brings vertical farming to community container park
Conservation commitments should focus on best places to protect rare species, new study suggests
Male frontline NHS workers to be offered support from mental health programme designed by York researchers
Roadmap plan to boost UK industrial hemp production and processing
Conflict amongst siblings increased during lockdown, new study shows
Researchers identify new enzyme that infects plants – paving way for potential disease prevention
York to investigate value rooted in UK treescapes
More mental health support needed for frontline workers tackling Covid, study reveals
New £1.2m UK Centre of Excellence in York to turn waste into resource
New book brings Yorkshire’s lost words to life
Reduction of armed conflict in Colombia led to better pregnancy outcomes, study suggests
Study sheds new light on behaviour called joint attention
More tolerant primates have greater need to communicate vocally, new study shows
Maths-based marine management project wins £1.5m funding
Study to investigate how air pollution in indoor spaces affects health
Smokeless tobacco used more by pregnant women in South East Asia than non-pregnant women
Teacher burnout causing exodus from profession, study finds
Pandemic had greater impact on younger age groups in deprived areas
York joins largest clinical trial to date that aims to develop and evaluate integrated care for long COVID
Risks of severe illness in children from COVID-19 shown to be very low in largest study yet
Reporting of adverse effects in drug trials has only improved slightly in 17 years, new study shows