Researchers work to increase the efficiency of a process to convert sewage sludge into green energy.
Dr Fay Bound Alberti discusses whether robots are the answer to tackling loneliness.
There are still fundamental challenges to the safe introduction of fully autonomous cars.
York's novel system improves greenhouse gas emissions data
Coping with medication side-effects could get easier thanks to our research.
Our research is now used by some of the internet’s biggest names to provide the most realistic 3D audio.
Digital analysis of fish movement could revolutionise our ability to understand, and treat, people with Parkinson’s.
Our computer scientists create trailblazing cranial reconstruction software
Microprocessors are now so powerful that computer circuitry can’t keep up. But that may be about to change
Gel is commonplace in daily life, but there may be more it can do for us
Our research sees monitoring Parkinson’s enter the digital age.
Our biologists work with industry to develop new microscope
Our research is helping communities on a remote tropical island to source clean water
We develop little-known 3D compounds from silver and sand
How to produce six chemicals from one source
We're capturing carbon with vegetable peelings
Academic teamwork solved the mystery of a rare Stone Age find
Learning a tough lesson about shell strength from Mother Nature
Our biologists make a breakthrough in lung cancer test
Our roadside research reveals possible new health threat
Grass developed by our biologists could lead the fight against soil contamination
Our biologists are a step closer to beating osteoarthritis - thanks to Mother Nature
We're part of an international research effort probing the inner secrets of starlight
Our computer scientists are driving the latest advances in car electronics
Bringing historic voices to life with cutting-edge electronics
New study opens the potential for drugs targeting early onset dementia
Study paves the way for more cost-effective treatment options.
Chemistry undergraduate develops new drug release gel.
Research could lead to new-generation deodorants.
Our stars might be singing - we just can't hear them.
Protein analysis pinpoints the origins of ancient South American mammals
Our research team has discovered how to stop malaria parasites from multiplying.
Our research is helping local industries convert plants into high value products.
Our new £6.8m research centre could revolutionise medical imaging in the fight against disease.
Movement-sensitive gloves could help monitor and diagnose neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson’s disease.
An image-based login system could spell the end of number-based passwords.
Pioneering prostate cancer research could lead to new therapies.
Study explores the benefits gaming can bring to society.
Dental plaque reveal clues about our early ancestors' health.
Harnessing the power of quantum physics to develop secure communications.
York's scientists are playing a role in the quest to harness the fundamental power source of our Sun.
We’re aiming to develop better therapies for osteoarthritis.