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Researchers highlight crisis in dental care for people with severe mental illness

Posted on Friday 20 May 2022

People with severe mental illnesses are falling through the cracks when it comes to oral health care, according to new research.


Scientists accidentally discover “scallop discos” as an environmentally friendly fishing method

Posted on Thursday 19 May 2022

Scientists working in partnership with fishermen have stumbled upon a new way of catching scallops using underwater “disco” lights, a breakthrough that could maximise catches while reducing damage to the marine environment.


University of York gets the keys to the City’s Guildhall

Posted on Tuesday 17 May 2022

The University has received the keys to the newly-renovated Guildhall as its 15-year lease of the iconic building begins.


York academic drives to Ukraine border to provide equipment and medical supplies

Posted on Tuesday 17 May 2022

A University of York academic has helped deliver vital aid and medical supplies to the Poland-Ukraine border.


York’s education leaders write to Transport Secretary to make the case for Great British Railways HQ

Posted on Monday 16 May 2022

The leaders of York’s universities and colleges have written to the Government to make the case for the City to be the home of Great British Railways headquarters.


University researchers produce comic about green research for York school children

Posted on Monday 16 May 2022

Researchers have created a comic about green and sustainable chemistry research which will be given to all of York’s primary schools.


York’s robotics research centre awarded £1.5m to build solar farm

Posted on Monday 16 May 2022

The University of York is to be the location for a new £1.5m solar farm project.


Scientists solve problem of industrial waste from sugarcane processing in India

Posted on Tuesday 10 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.


York awarded £2.2m to develop new battery to improve disease detection

Posted on Thursday 5 May 2022

A University of York professor has been awarded more than £2m to develop a new battery that aims to improve the effectiveness of MRI scanners to detect diseases.


York academic leading project to reconstruct the famous Sutton Hoo ship

Posted on Thursday 5 May 2022

An emeritus professor at the University of York is leading a project to reconstruct the famous Anglo-Saxon ship found at Sutton Hoo.


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