With some research, planning and compromise, you may be closer to purchasing your own home than you think.
Tang Hall Big Local is a National Lottery funded and resident led plan in which a £1 million grant will be used to seed small-scale community projects over the next ten years.
September marked the ten-year anniversary of YorNight, a contribution to the pan-national European Researchers’ Night. The event offered residents and visitors of York a glimpse of the cutting-edge […]
The University of York welcomes its sixth Chancellor, who was inaugurated last week (27th October). Professor Sir Malcolm Grant officially became Chancellor in a day of […]
Some of the University’s most inspirational and life-changing research is now showcased online as part of its new research strategy.
From ethical coffee to ethical benchmarking and from political debate to the world’s healthiest ice cream, the entrepreneurial talents of the University of York’s graduates are as diverse as they are impressive…
Last November we saw Britain’s first ‘Bio-Bus’, powered entirely by biomethane gas (produced from human and food waste), take to the streets between Bath and […]
Fuel is a critical element in the fight against global warming, especially as global energy consumption grows along with our ever-increasing population. This is where biofuels can help. Samarthia Thankappan from the Environment Department talks us through how ‘trashanol’ – household waste converted into fuel – can help us to prevent pollution, reduce demand for landfills and even avoid global food shortages.
Joan Concannon, Director of External Relations at the University, gives us her top picks of events at the 2015 York Festival of Ideas…
Farewell to Chancellor Greg Dyke; one year of YuStart; the new York Graduate Research School; honorary graduates and more news from the University.