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In these features, we highlight some of the diverse work being undertaken at the University.

A career in cancer research

Posted on Thursday 1 August 2019

One of Britain’s leading prostate cancer experts is retiring from the University of York after three decades.

Academic delves into the archaeology of espionage at famous Berlin Cold War spy base

Posted on Friday 7 June 2019

Professor John Schofield’s father never spoke about his work. Having signed the Official Secrets Act he couldn’t.

Wartime love story discovered in the archives

Posted on Thursday 6 June 2019

Archivists at the University of York have discovered a record of the wartime romance of Margaret and Sidney who met in York in 1943 and married the following year.

India Election Results: A victory for Hindu nationalist welfarism

Posted on Friday 24 May 2019

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been re-elected as the country's leader in the world's largest national election. Dr Indrajit Roy from the University of York's Department of Politics discusses what this means for the future of India.

Bond 25 announcement: Consistency is key

Posted on Thursday 25 April 2019

An expert in film, television and digital culture at the University of York comments on the latest announcement on the cast and plot of the 25th installment of the James Bond movies.

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