A truly worldwide network
The Worldwide Universities Network has extended its global reach by welcoming its first South American partner.
Clash of the crayfish: why the Americans are winning
Aggressive American signal crayfish are threatening Yorkshire’s native white-clawed crayfish populations because they have better resistance to parasites and are less fussy about what they eat.
York chefs do ‘Masterchef’ in Nanjing and Zhejiang
Andrew Wood, Executive Chef at the University of York, and his Deputy Ian Dickson, have been in China learning to cook authentic Chinese haute cuisine.
Economic returns and job creation from major investments in low carbon cities
A new study from the Centre for Low Carbon Futures shows that UK cities could cut their energy bills by billions by exploiting commercially attractive opportunities in energy and carbon management.