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?
Reliance on the system is not enough: Frances MacGuire gives a personal account of her mum’s struggle with dementia and a crumbling NHS.
Let’s face it: the word ‘mistake’ goes hand in hand with your 20s. And to be honest, I’d be worried for you if it didn’t. Your 20s are, after all, the time for experimentation, for risk.
From brunch at the Perky Peacock, to pulled pork at the Shambles, to pancakes at the Brew and Brownie York Alumna Emma Cooke, gives her rundown of our city’s most mouthwatering grub.
We interview Dr Robert Newton on his sub-Saharan mission
I am an awesome procrastinator. I’m so brilliant at procrastinating that I bought a book called How to Stop Procrastinating about 10 years ago and still haven’t finished it.
Researchers in the Department of Biology have made breakthroughs in the treatment of prostate and breast cancer, while York’s Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) […]
All the latest news from York and the University plus new venues, events and attractions that make York (and our campus) the place to be.
Some of the University’s most inspirational and life-changing research is now showcased online as part of its new research strategy.
Farewell to Chancellor Greg Dyke; one year of YuStart; the new York Graduate Research School; honorary graduates and more news from the University.