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University research used to create new podcast for home alone dogs

Posted on Wednesday 15 January 2020

A new pooch podcast based on University research has been launched in a bid to help lonely dogs relax.


York scientist receives international recognition for pioneering work

Posted on Wednesday 15 January 2020

A scientist from the University of York has been recognised by the prestigious Blavatnik Family Foundation and New York Academy of Sciences for her pioneering work in fossil dating.


Mathematicians put famous Battle of Britain “what if” scenarios to the test

Posted on Thursday 9 January 2020

Mathematicians have used a statistical technique to interrogate some of the big “what if” questions in the Second World War battle for Britain’s skies.


New study hopes to discover the cause of a mystery condition that still baffles the medical world

Posted on Thursday 9 January 2020

A mystery condition that can leave sufferers with unexplained paralysis is being investigated in an innovative new study led by the University of York.


Inspiring videos show smokers with mental health conditions who successfully quit

Posted on Tuesday 7 January 2020

Former smokers with mental health conditions have shared their inspiring journeys on how they conquered their addiction in a series of powerful short films.


New sepsis screening would “miss” large proportion of cases if used in the UK, new study finds

Posted on Monday 23 December 2019

A screening system assessing the risk of sepsis in new-borns, which is being trialled in the UK, would miss around 30 per cent of cases compared with the current method being used in the NHS, according to a new study.


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