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New technology helps to improve treatment for NHS patients with depression

Posted on Thursday 21 June 2018

A new web-based “feedback” technology which allows therapists to accurately monitor how patients with depression are coping has been found to reduce the probability of deterioration during psychological treatment by 74%, a new study has found.

Researchers creating new ‘music dimension’ at Abbey Road Studios

Posted on Thursday 21 June 2018

Researchers at the University of York, working with the world-famous Abbey Road Studios, have completed a trial of new audio technologies that allow listeners of popular music to sample a virtual reality sound experience.

York academic part of ‘dream team’ of scientists who explored remote African forest

Posted on Thursday 21 June 2018

A University of York academic was part of a ‘dream team’ of scientists who scaled a remote volcano in Africa to explore an undisturbed tropical rainforest.

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Scientists from York involved in World Clean Air Day

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2018

Scientists from the University of York have been involved in teaching children the importance of air quality as part of World Clean Air Day.

Quantum step forward in protecting communications from hackers

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2018

Researchers at the University of York have shown that a new quantum-based procedure for distributing secure information along communication lines could be successful in preventing serious security breaches.

Say Cheese! Why a toothy smile makes it easier for you to be identified

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2018

A fulsome smile in a photo makes it easier for people to identify the individual, say researchers at the University of York.

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