Surveys show that on average, women do over twice as much childcare as men. Strangely, men are still often labelled as ‘exceptional dads’ even for doing just 50% of the childcare – a fair share.
The University of York’s Department of Chemistry is to receive a truly transformation matching gift from alumnus Dr Anthony H Wild.
Creativity is nothing new for York – it is hardwired into our intellectual DNA. Find out how we are bringing together researchers from across the arts, humanities and sciences to realise York’s potential.
From revamps to relocations, we take you on a tour of campus and glimpse its new emerging architecture, which has the challenge of blending 1960s style with modern design.
Every year, graduands plough through dozens of job applications in the hope that they’ll land a coveted graduate scheme. They fill out forms, write CVs […]
It is predicted that 10 million people will die from drug-resistant bacteria by 2050. This, alongside climate change and food shortages, makes anti-microbial resistance (AMR) one of the greatest threats facing humanity today.
In the canteen of Derwent College – possibly the greyest of the University of York’s original complexes – I meet world-leading chemist Andy Bell. The place hasn’t changed all that much since Bell first arrived here as a Chemistry student back in ‘79.
The Embassy co-ordinates the activities of the UK government in Sweden, and works with the Swedish government and other institutions on international political and economic issues.
Why do our minds wander? Why have our brains and minds developed the capacity to ‘decouple’ from the environment into a series of thoughts that are completely unrelated to the situation in hand?
York grad Jennifer Rudd reminisces about her finest moments
If your telly preferences have been steered by an interest in science or history over the past 30 years or so, you’ll likely have come across […]
Chemistry’s Head of Department, Richard Taylor, calls on alumni to help support undergraduate research