Today’s celebration provides an opportunity to showcase research excellence in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and provides a venue for faculty, staff and students to share their ideas on compelling research topics.Read more
The Canadian International Development Agency awarded York almost $6.2 million to lead two major research projects, MP Lois Brown announced Monday.
Osgoode Hall Law School, the Lassonde School of Engineering and the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation are hosting a Research Celebration Feb. 4 to celebrate the convergence of engineering and law.
Professor Christian Haas, Canada Research Chair in Arctic Sea Ice Geophysics, will deliver the talk “Arctic Sea Ice: Where are we headed?” Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Canadian scientists from York University will meet with Brazilian researchers from Feb. 1 to 2 in Sao Paulo for an international collaboration in the battle to control many diseases, including West Nile Virus and Dengue Fever.
The protein sirtuin-1 plays an important role in regulating the body’s metabolism and generating energy for muscle contraction, according to a new study by York researchers.
In a study published in the December issue of PLOS ONE, York neuroscientist Georg Zoidl looked at how fundamental communication processes function in the brain and what genes are critical to an adaptability to learn.
The agreement will help maximize the impact of faculty research using clear language research summaries or ResearchSnapshots.
Labour environmentalists and academics will discuss the challenges and creative strategies for labour leadership on global warming as part of the Work in a Warming World panel discussion Friday.
Obese adults who follow lifestyle-based diet programs can significantly improve their health, and some even see improvements without shedding the pounds, according to a new study out of York University.