Posted on Tuesday 2 December 1997
New research grants and contracts as University wins a further £2.4 million
Posted on Tuesday 25 November 1997
A new way of tracing how far fish offspring travel could lead to much more effective marine reserve systems worldwide.
Posted on Thursday 23 October 1997
One of York's most illustrious sons, Alcuin of York, will be commemorated in a new series of annual lectures beginning on 31 October in St William's College. The lecture is a partnership between the University's Centre for Medieval Studies and the Dean and Chapter of York Minster.
Posted on Monday 29 September 1997
As part of a major programme to improve student accommodation and facilities at York, the University has signed a deal with ACC Telecom to fit telephones in all study bedrooms.
Posted on Thursday 18 September 1997
Genesis, six buildings for innovative new businesses, is opened today (3 October) by John Robinson, Chairman of Smith & Nephew plc.
Posted on Thursday 14 August 1997
CBAMS Ltd, the York-based company centred on a 5 million volt accelerator mass spectrometer, has appointed Dr Peter Johnson to its board as Chairman elect.
Posted on Thursday 17 July 1997
New grants of £3.2m announced
Posted on Tuesday 27 May 1997
Thirty-two Russian educationalists, including the Head of Curriculum Development at the Russian Academy of Education, visited York from 1 to 9 June to follow up on new developments in the philosophy and methods of teaching design and technology.
Posted on Friday 23 May 1997
The Times places York 6th out of 96 universities
Posted on Friday 23 May 1997
Joint purchase of key scientific tool is a first for Europe
Posted on Wednesday 26 March 1997
The Department of Biology at the University of York has won second prize in the Competition for Industry-Academe Research Collaboration run by the Office of Science and Technology.
Posted on Monday 24 March 1997
New discovery will improve treatments for breast cancer, osteoporosis and postmenopausal symptoms
Posted on Saturday 1 March 1997
The bone in our skeletons is constantly being turned over - removed and replaced in a process which repairs damage and alters bone mass in response to our needs.
Posted on Thursday 27 February 1997
Higher Education Funding Council rewards University's performance in teaching and research
Posted on Monday 10 February 1997
Yvonne Moores, Chief Nursing Officer in the Department of Health will give her personal perspective on the future of nursing in the UK at the second York Health Symposium on Monday 17 February.
Posted on Monday 3 February 1997
An award of £20,000 to investigate the feasibility of an 'incubator' to help small biotechnology businesses has been made by the Department of Trade and Industry to a York-based partnership.
Posted on Monday 27 January 1997
A further £5.46m in new research grants and contracts at York