TORONTO, Jan. 11, 2022 – In collaboration with the International Council of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, researchers from York and Qatar Universities have launched the first-of-its-kind International Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry (ICRR) featured today in the journal Global Heart. The new online registry is designed for cardiac rehabilitation programs in low-resource settings and will make it easier […]
TORONTO, Jan. 6, 2022 – Two new studies published today in the journal Current Biology show that environmental DNA (eDNA) collected from air can be used to detect a wide range of animal species and offers a novel, non-invasive approach to monitoring biodiversity.
New Anti-Mattering Scale provides clinicians with another tool to assess the tendency of certain people to experience a profound sense of not mattering to others TORONTO, Dec. 21, 2021 – As many prepare to spend the holidays in isolation again this year and plans for in-person classes remain up in the air for January due […]
Potential survival benefit associated with size perception, particularly for those who work in unusual body postures TORONTO, Dec. 16, 2021 – Researchers at York University’s Centre for Vision Research say new findings show lying on your back or stomach can change the way your brain perceives how close an object is. The study, published today in […]
TORONTO, Dec. XX, 2021 – The new James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) – a collaboration between NASA, the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency – is expected to launch this month with the Canadian-built Near-Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS). It will take images and spectra of fainter objects than the Hubble Telescope ever could, and it’s creating an astronomical amount of excitement.
TORONTO, Dec. 7, 2021 – York University is investing more than $3.5 million in interdisciplinary research with a focus on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that could have real-world, global impact through its Catalyzing Interdisciplinary Research Clusters (CIRC) initiative.
TORONTO, Dec. 3, 2021 – For decades, scientists have hotly debated the origin of the western honey bee. Now, new research led by York University has discovered these popular honey-producing bees most likely originated in Asia.