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UK free school meal allowances not enough to provide healthy lunches, research reveals

Posted on Friday 17 May 2024

Students from lower-income backgrounds are struggling to buy healthy school lunches with free school meal allowances, a new study by the University of York has found.

York academic announced as New Generation Thinker

Posted on Thursday 16 May 2024

The BBC and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) reveal University of York academic, Dr Janine Bradbury as a 2024 New Generation Thinker.

Public invited to sing with BBC Singers in virtual performance

Posted on Monday 13 May 2024

Members of the public are invited to sing alongside the BBC Singers in a virtual performance.

Archaeologists excavate medieval timber hall at historic Skipsea site

Posted on Monday 13 May 2024

A team of archaeologists at the University of York have returned to Skipsea in East Yorkshire to excavate the remains of a medieval timber hall uncovered near the site of a Norman castle.

York students honoured with award for volunteering to support local community

Posted on Thursday 9 May 2024

Students who have made outstanding contributions in the local area were celebrated at the Student Community and Volunteering Awards this week.

Bullying significant issue for young people in aftermath of eye cancer, study shows

Posted on Thursday 9 May 2024

Young people who have undergone successful treatment for eye cancer are often subject to bullying and require psychological support, a new study has revealed.

Movie, TV and theatre star to discuss history of Britain’s black community at York Festival of Ideas

Posted on Thursday 9 May 2024

Paterson Joseph, who most recently starred in the movie, Wonka, will join a host of distinguished figures at the York Festival of Ideas.

University of York agrees partnership with U.S company to “revolutionise” MRI technology

Posted on Wednesday 8 May 2024

The University of York is set to transform the landscape of MRI scans through a groundbreaking partnership with the innovative U.S-based tech company, Vizma.AI

Power imbalances and hierarchy prevent doctors from working effectively in teams, new research shows

Posted on Wednesday 8 May 2024

Doctors under pressure are being prevented from working effectively in teams by power imbalances and negative hierarchies, a new study has found.

Who rules the roost? New research reveals tots play key role in shaping the home environment

Posted on Tuesday 7 May 2024

Toddlers call the shots at home, according to new research, confirming what parents have long suspected.

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