York Professors Lorne Foster and Les Jacobs and adjunct Professor Bobby Siu conducted a landmark study that disaggregated and analyzed two years of race data collected by the Ottawa Police. The Traffic Stop Race Data Collection Project study represents the largest and most comprehensive undertaking of race-based data collection in Canadian policing history.
The Centre for Vision Research at York University recently awarded the Marian Regan prize for the best master’s thesis in a vision-related topic submitted in 2015-16. The prize was awarded to Benjamin Voloh for his thesis on theta-gamma coupling in the frontal cortex.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.