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Department of Biology ranked 9th in the UK for research excellence

Posted on Thursday 19 May 2022

York's Department of Biology is the 9th strongest Biology department in the UK for research, according to the Times Higher Education's ranking of the latest REF results (2021).

Scientists solve problem of industrial waste from sugarcane processing in India

Posted on Friday 13 May 2022

Scientists have discovered how to significantly improve the sustainability of the sugarcane industry by turning a major by-product into a valuable chemical used in food, medicines and cosmetics.

Virtual Independent Fellows Day

Posted on Thursday 5 May 2022

We wish to welcome more Independent Research Fellows to the Department of Biology at the University York.

Scientists discover how salt in tumours could help diagnose and treat breast cancer

Posted on Tuesday 26 April 2022

Analysing sodium levels in breast cancer tumours can give an accurate indication of how aggressive a cancer is and whether chemotherapy treatments are taking effect, new research has shown.

Many UK protected areas are failing to deliver benefits for nature, according to new report

Posted on Monday 25 April 2022

Many of the UK’s protected areas are not delivering for nature and are in poor ecological condition, a new report has found.

York academics to lead pioneering blood cancer research

Posted on Wednesday 20 April 2022

Academics from the University of York will use a share of £22m from the Medical Research Council (MRC) to improve our understanding of blood cancer.

Upcoming seminars   Subscribe to RSS feed

Thu
26
May

Geodermatophilales, an order of successful survivors

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (K018)

Dr Maria del Carmen Montero-Calasanz

Fri
27
May

Tissue-resident gamma delta T cells in cancer development and metastasis

1.00PM, In Person, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Seth Coffelt (Institute of Cancer Sciences, University of Glasgow)

Fri
27
May
Fri
10
Jun

Reactive fragment screening for expansion of the liganded proteome

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianne Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Jacob Bush GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Thu
16
Jun

Unravelling the necrobiome

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre B/K018 - in person seminar

Dr Philip Barton - Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science, Federation University, Australia

Fri
17
Jun

Neutrophils direct T cell function during inflammation

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Emily Gwyer Findlay (University of Edinburgh)

Tue
21
Jun

Life with more than one genome

1.00PM, Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre (B/K018) - in-person seminar

Prof Dr Yves Van de Peer, Department of Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Ghent University

Fri
24
Jun

AML vs T cells, what tilts the balance – and can we tamper the scale to achieve cure?

1.00PM, B/K018 (Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre)

Dr Constandina Pospori