Brainstorm, a special edition of YFile publishing on the first Friday of every month, showcases research and innovation at York University. It offers compelling and accessible, feature-length stories about the world-leading and policy relevant work of York’s academics and researchers across all disciplines and faculties, and encompasses both pure and applied research.
Launched in January 2017, Brainstorm is produced out of the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation in partnership with Communications & Public Affairs; overseen by Megan Mueller, manager, Research Communications; and edited by Jenny Pitt-Clark, YFile editor.
York U Humanities Professor joins forces with British counterparts to write a comprehensive and unconventional book on how documentary film has been affected by the digital era.
Research by Prof Gary Turner and others offers new insights into mini strokes that could lead to prevention, earlier diagnoses and improved health outcomes of Ontarians.
York Environmentalist examines how a group of Indigenous youth leaders embraced leadership in the context of HIV prevention.
Research from York U’s Sapna Sharma studies ice observations from medieval Japan and pre-Enlightenment Finland looking for drivers of long-term climatic changes.
York President and VP Research & Innovation announce seven new York Research Chairs, each outstanding in their respective academic fields, bringing the grand total to 24.
- April 2017: Provocative book reexamines documentary film in light of digital era
- April 2017: New research on mini strokes points to earlier diagnosis, prevention
- April 2017: Policy-relevant lessons emerge from Indigenous models of leadership
- April 2017: Biologist tracks climate change drivers from as far back as medieval era
- April 2017: York University appoints seven new York Research Chairs
- March 2017: Collaborative research adds to greater understanding of amnesia
- March 2017: Timely new book cuts to the heart of religious pluralism
- March 2017: Policy-applicable research finds for-profit seniors homes fall short
- March 2017: Racial profiling study offers roadmap for bias-free policing
- March 2017: York scholar curates high-profile Liz Magor exhibition in Montreal
- February 2017: SIRI Director Q&A: Raising the bar on research excellence
- February 2017: Global bee expert sheds light on new research from Australia
- February 2017: International research on NY commuting times highlights inequity
- February 2017: New research exposes health care inequity of “invisible” uninsured
- February 2017: Cultural heritage project engages Indigenous voices
- January 2017: Happy fifth! Innovation York marks a milestone birthday
- January 2017: Faculty of Science Prof. Scott Menary: York as a valued global contributor in physics
- January 2017: The price of perfectionism: Suicidal thoughts along cultural lines
- January 2017: Transforming creative practice through technology and engagement
- January 2017: York U researchers rewrite the plot on gender inequity in gaming