Department of Biology
Posted on Monday 26 September 2022
York’s department of Biology placed 7th in the UK according to the latest release of the Guardian University Guide (2023).
Posted on Tuesday 20 September 2022
York’s department of Biology placed 6th in the UK according to the latest release of The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide (2023).
Posted on Friday 8 July 2022
We’re delighted to have some of the happiest Biology students in the UK.
Posted on Wednesday 29 June 2022
Three fully-funded (UKRI stipend, tuition fees, project costs) Masters by Research places available in the Department of Biology, University of York, for 2022
Posted on Wednesday 22 June 2022
Researchers have discovered how to target stem cells affected by leukaemia without causing harm to healthy stem cells, paving the way for new, safer treatments for the disease.
Posted on Wednesday 15 June 2022
Biology at York is ranked as 6th in the UK by the Complete University Guide.
Posted on Friday 10 June 2022
Rewards for donations include a copy of the game, limited edition postcards and posters, and even helping the team create and name a character.
Posted on Thursday 9 June 2022
It is with a sense of profound sadness that we report the sudden and untimely death of Professor Simon McQueen-Mason.
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).
Posted on Thursday 5 May 2022
We wish to welcome more Independent Research Fellows to the Department of Biology at the University York.
Posted on Tuesday 15 March 2022
Science Minister George Freeman visited the BioYorkshire initiative - a partnership between University of York, Fera Science and Askham Bryan College - aiming to transform York and North Yorkshire into the UK’s first carbon negative region and be a hub for green innovation, skills development and inward investment.
Posted on Friday 11 March 2022
A common childhood viral infection causes damage to cells in the bladder which may lead to cancer, a new study has shown.
Posted on Tuesday 8 March 2022
The third year Biomedical science student was declared runner-up in the 'Student Leadership' category of the Green Impact National Awards.