York researchers available to comment on how ever-advancing tech will impact our social and cognitive futures, and why decision-making shouldn’t be left solely in hands of technocrats TORONTO, January 10, 2023 — From the future of aging and long-term care to how artificial intelligence can both help and hinder our brains, to why fully autonomous […]
Building blocks of blood vessels found to be associated with inflammation and disease processes in male mice TORONTO, Jan. 9 2022 – A newly published study from York University sheds light on the biological underpinnings in sex differences in obesity-related disease, with researchers observing “striking” differences in the cells that build blood vessels in the […]
Research projects to advance knowledge in areas ranging from water remediation, management of infectious disease through technological innovation, the effects of climate change on ecosystems and human populations, visual neuroscience, and understanding the pathway from colonial genocide to building just relationships York University is funding groundbreaking research through the Catalyzing Interdisciplinary Research Clusters (CIRC) program, […]
Michael H. Kater, a professor emeritus at York University and author of the book “Hitler Youth,” said that many German youths managed to not join even after the government made membership an obligation and that there was “no such thing” as true mandatory service in the organization.
While new technologies offer obvious benefits to humanity, concerns over who gets left behind as our world transforms need to be addressed, researchers warn