An international team of physicists, including scientists from the University of York, has shown that some atomic nuclei can assume asymmetric 'pear' shapes.
The researchers’ findings, which contribute to our understanding of nuclear structure and the underlying fundamental interactions, are presented in the journal Nature today.
TestTown 2013 is an initiative designed to make truly original uses for Britain’s town centres – things that will excite people to think differently and positively about their local high streets.
York’s arts barge has been named as one of six outstanding projects in its field for this year, helping pave the way for further funding.
The project has won recognition through the Cultural Entrepreneur Programme as one of six “outstanding entrepreneurial arts business ventures”.
The Aesthetica Art Prize 2013 is now open for entry, offering both budding and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to a wider, international audience. Now in its sixth year the competition is a celebration of visual art, inviting all artists to submit imaginative and innovative work that pushes the boundaries of their chosen medium.
Cizzle Biotechnology Limited, a spin-out company from the University of York and leading clinical diagnostics company Fujirebio Diagnostics Incorporated (FDI) have today announced a co-development and licensing deal for a blood test for the detection of early stage lung cancers.
A York technology business has sold its do-it-yourself probate wizard to six law firms in six months.
The Law Wizard, based at the Catalyst at the University of York, has signed up Darlingtons Solicitors in north London to use its probate wizard technology.
Spot the hidden gems at this year’s online Secret Art Show. With over 500 artworks to choose from, including submissions by a Turner Prize winner, a Royal Academician, a National Portrait Gallery artist, as well as a fabulous selection of contemporary artists this is an exciting way to purchase a piece of art for only £45.
Roll up! Roll up! for the meeting of minds and collision of ideas that will be this year’s Shift Happens.
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