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Telling your story to reporters
Friday July 20, 2012
We work with professors, students and staff to tell York’s stories to the outside world
Toronto, April 2, 2007 − Men’s and women’s brains “fire” differently when they are planning how to reach for something, so rehabilitation after brain injuries such as strokes may need to be tailored to the sex of the person, says a new study by York University researchers.
Associate professor Lauren Sergio and recent PhD graduate Diana Gorbetfound.....
Women use more of their brains than men when it comes to driving a car, using a computer mouse or performing other visually guided actions, says a new study that suggests stroke victims should have different rehabilitation programs depending on their gender.
Covered by: Canadian Press, The Globe and Mail, The Washington Post, CBC, London Free Press, AM 640, CHUM FM, ScienceDaily.com, and others.
Their health, their families, and their fun……
Olympic athletes may seem faster in red
Wearing red at the Olympics may give an athlete an easy advantage, according to a York University study that shows perceptions of motion are subconsciously affected by colour.
Clear language, simple and straightforward, for people who are interested in science but may not be scientists…
Explaining Posterior Parietal Cortex to a television audience by “showing” rather than “telling”
Unmanned aerial vehicle taking a close look at York University in 3D
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is flying around York University this week as part of an experiment designed to develop 3D technology that will provide a detailed picture of what’s happening in any city – whether it’s a concert or a crime, a traffic jam or the creative route a driver takes to avoid it.
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What are you studying, and why?
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