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News. High-tech guide to York city centre churches. An innovative smartphone app allowing people to explore York city centre churches in new and exciting ways is going live in time for the St Nicholas Fayre.
York academic receives major maritime award. HRH The Princess Royal has presented a University of York academic with a national award for his contribution to raising maritime awareness.
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- Unlocking ancient rice secrets to overcome rainfall extremes. Researchers from the UK, USA and India, led by scientists at the University of York, are embarking on a major four-year project which aims to develop new strains of rice to help to feed millions of people.
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