Faster rates of climate change could be increasing the diversity of plant species in many places, according to research from the University of York.
The University of York has launched the Great York Walk to support a charitable fund that will raise money to promote good mental health among members of the local community.
A masters student at the University of York has found himself at the centre of an extraordinary archaeological discovery.
A University of York academic has been asked to sit on an advisory panel to evaluate if Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs) could be introduced off England’s coast.
A major new study has found children with Autism are more likely to be bullied by both their siblings and their peers, meaning that when they return from school, they have no respite from victimisation.
Two University of York academics have been elected Fellows of the British Academy.
Researchers from the University of York have joined forces with other leading experts to tackle worsening health inequalities between the North and the rest of England.
Survival expert and TV presenter, Ray Mears, will officially open the University of York’s YEAR Centre – an outdoor laboratory designed to allow researchers and students to recreate techniques and cultural practices of the ancient past.
A major new report examining the help given to prisoners recovering from addiction has set out a series of “blueprints” which its authors say could “transform” the way prisoners are supported once they have served their sentence.
Researchers from the University of York and Hull York Medical School (HYMS) are at the centre of an international commission to improve the health of people who use mental health services.
An astrophysicist at the University of York comments on the impact of the first moon landing, as the world celebrates 50 years since the NASA space mission.
Researchers have discovered a new species of tree in the Usambara Mountains in Tanzania.
The University of York has announced that 15 leading figures will receive honorary degrees this week during graduation ceremonies at Central Hall.
Researchers have shown how wildfires have a detrimental impact on moths and the plants they pollinate at night.
They were once considered our inferior, brutish relatives, but now researchers are using the story behind early humans to help teenagers understand their emotions.
Only 38 per cent of tropical forest can protect wildlife from rising temperatures as a result of deforestation, increasing the likelihood that vulnerable species will go extinct, say scientists.
A study of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem involving researchers from the University of York has revealed that increasing livestock numbers are threatening the ecology of the area by reducing fires.
A survey of UK fishermen has revealed low levels of trust in key government organisations and scientists.
The University of York has increased Overall Satisfaction from 85% to 89% in the National Student Survey (NSS), placing it top of the Russell Group.
Research analysing Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) over a period of nearly 40 years has revealed that David Cameron personally insulted the leader of the opposition more than any other prime minister.