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Prof. Priscila Uppal elected as Fellow to Royal Society of Canada

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014.

Priscila Uppal “Canada’s coolest poet”, York English Professor Priscila Uppal (BA Hons. ’97, PhD ’04), has received one of the country’s highest ...

Gairdner lecturers present leading research to GTA students

Monday, November 26th, 2012.

More than 200 local high school science students visited York’s Keele campus this fall to attend a lecture delivered by two award-winning scientists as part of ...

Feed your inner Einstein at Royal Canadian Institute gala

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012.

From the Milky Way to antihydrogen atoms and managing superbugs in hospitals, scientists at this year’s upcoming Royal Canadian Institute (RCI) for the Advancement of ...

Historic Canadian-led experiment brings scientists one step closer to understanding universe

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012.

Canadian-led team of scientists, including two York University students, has offered the world its first glimpse of antihydrogen’s properties, in the first experiment ever performed ...

Professor Colin Coates to dig into data on international commodity trading

Thursday, January 5th, 2012.

A York University research team will comb through digitized 19th-century documents to trace the environmental and economic consequences of international commodity trading during the 19th ...

York co-authored study finds climate change is affecting bees

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011.

Bees may miss pollinating entire species of plants if climate change continues unchecked, according to a study released yesterday by a group of academic and ...

Your walk says a lot about you, according to eHealth lecturers

Thursday, October 13th, 2011.

The way you walk can say a lot about you, but until recently scientists could only study gait in a laboratory environment. With the latest advancements in ...

York post doc named Pollinator Advocate for gardens fit for birds and bees

Thursday, September 29th, 2011.

York University bee researcher Clement Kent has been awarded the Pollinator Advocate Award for Canada – not for his work in the lab, but his ...

York study suggests racism has gone underground

Friday, July 8th, 2011.

Although overt racist behaviour is now taboo – and racial discrimination quite illegal in many parts of the world – scientists claim that harbouring implicit ...