Since 1968, the UK’s oldest independent radio station has been making waves all over campus, the city of York and beyond – and its 50th anniversary celebrations look set to do that all over again.
Research shows that students filling out module evaluations are much more likely to submit abusive comments to women. Much of this ill treatment seems to stem not from our academic arguments, but rather from our appearances and sexual characteristics.
The technology that forms the basis of these devices derives from unique biologically inspired evolutionary computer algorithms developed by co-founder and director Dr Stephen Smith and academics in the Department of Electronics over the past ten years.
The PPE grad shares her journey from York student to becoming Head of Brand and Communication for TransferGo, the fastest growing fintech company in Europe, at the age of 24.
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.
At Telefonica’s start-up accelerator WAYRA in London, alumnus Bruce Daisley, head of Twitter Europe, took on the role of lead speaker at the latest York Alumni Association network event.
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?
A report from one of the Alumni Association’s popular networking events.
Thanks to the microblogging site Twitter, everyone and anyone can assemble their very own subscribing audience numbered in the hundreds, even the thousands. We spoke to Managing Director of Twitter UK and York alumnus Bruce Daisley about the site’s impact on society.
Some of the University’s most inspirational and life-changing research is now showcased online as part of its new research strategy.