25.10.2016 in Research

NHL success linked to "infected" fans, new research out of York U shows

Rabid fans are needed to spread the excitement or “infection” of the National Hockey League (NHL) if its expansion into new cities is going to be a success, according to new mathematical modelling out of York University.

25.10.2016 in Research

New research report on flame retardant chemicals shows Canada's failure to protect health

EDAction, a group that includes York University researchers, has released a report titled “Toxic by Design” that details how current regulations permit industries to substitute one harmful chemical with replacement chemicals that have not been thoroughly tested.

24.10.2016 in Research

Important notice to researchers: Tri-Agencies financial monitoring visit set for week of Nov. 7

The Tri-Agencies are conducting a financial monitoring visit the week of Nov. 7. The Tri-Agencies are also conducting an information session on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 2pm in the Senate Chamber, N940 Ross Building.

18.10.2016 in Research

Call for nominations: President's 2016 Research Awards

The Senate Committee on Awards invites current or emeritus tenure-stream faculty members to nominate colleagues for the President’s Research Awards. The deadline for receipt of nominations is Friday, Nov. 25, at 4:30pm.

07.10.2016 in Research

York prof Scott Adler awarded research gift to study C-section births

York University psychology Professor Scott Adler has received a $105,000 research gift from the Hallward Fund of the Toronto Foundation in support of his research project titled “Exploring the Caesarean Section Birth Experience as a Risk Factor for Attentional and Cognitive Consequences.”

04.10.2016 in Research

York researchers invent new way to measure how liquid spreads on surface

Researchers out of the Lassonde School of Engineering have invented a new tool that measures the rapid process of liquid drops spreading on any surface.

03.10.2016 in Research

York study finds native walleye at risk in Ontario lakes

A popular recreational and commercial fish — the native walleye — is at risk of disappearing as invasions of the competitive, predatory smallmouth bass move into Ontario lakes, a new study from York University has found.

26.09.2016 in Research

Research shows how brain differentiates similar memories

New research out of York University is the first to provide direct evidence of how similar memories with overlapping details are differentiated by the human brain.

25.09.2016 in Research

York employees sought for a study on exercise and mindfulness

A new study study exploring the role of mindfulness and exercise in improving employee health is seeking participants. Participants will take part in a supervised walking and/or walking and meditation program.

21.09.2016 in Research

Concussion research shows lasting brain damage in elite-level athletes

New research out of York University reports that young elite-level athletes who have suffered a concussion may have lingering neurological consequences that affect their movement control.

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