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Entrepreneurial leaders join University of York to redefine business policy

Posted on Tuesday 19 September 2023

Members of the University of York’s Enterprise Works team hosted entrepreneurs, MPs, alumni, students and wider policymakers at a House of Commons event to explore how Britain can redefine business policy for a dynamic and inclusive economy.

NHS trusts earning hundreds of millions of pounds in private income – new study shows

Posted on Tuesday 19 September 2023

Hospital trusts are relying more and more on private income to boost their finances, with one Trust making more than half their income from commercial activities, a new study has revealed.

Viking trade connections stretched over hundreds of kilometres to the Arctic, research shows

Posted on Monday 18 September 2023

Analysis of hair combs made from deer antler has shed new light on the trade routes of Vikings - revealing connections between northern Scandinavia and the edges of continental Europe.

York once more recognised in prestigious guide and shortlisted for University of the Year

Posted on Friday 15 September 2023

York has been shortlisted for University of the Year in The Times & The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024.

Government funding for research to help pave the way for 6G communications

Posted on Thursday 14 September 2023

The University of York has been awarded £3.1m funding from the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) to support the development of the UK’s growing 5G network and the evolution of 6G communications.

More professional guidance needed to ensure patients know they have choices, study shows

Posted on Monday 11 September 2023

More training is needed to support medical professionals in how to present patients with a choice in their healthcare options, a new study has shown.

In 200 years of animal welfare concerns, cruelty remains a significant issue, study shows

Posted on Monday 11 September 2023

Study into almost 200 years of human-animal relations has shown that animal cruelty still exists, but more hidden, since the birth of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in 1824.

Report highlights link between child poverty and poor educational attainment

Posted on Monday 11 September 2023

University of York academics have contributed to a major report which highlights how a failure to address childhood inequality is creating a “conveyor belt of disadvantage.”

University of York welcomes news UK to rejoin EU's flagship scientific research scheme

Posted on Friday 8 September 2023

The University of York has welcomed the announcement that the UK is to rejoin Horizon, the EU’s flagship science research scheme.

Integrated suicide prevention programme sees deaths reduced by more than a fifth

Posted on Friday 8 September 2023

Researchers in York and the Netherlands have co-designed an integrated suicide prevention programme which has led to a significant reduction in deaths.

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