14 July 2006
Five Keele postgraduate students took part in the UKGrad Midlands Hub poster competition held at Warwick University. There were about 70 entrants from across the region representing the full range of academic disciplines. The Keele entrants had secured their place at the event by providing the winning entries at the poster competition held at the Keele Postgraduate Research Symposium in June. As a group, the Keele posters were particularly strong. David Anderson's (iEPSAM) poster demonstrated his work with 'Super WASP' (Super Wide Angle Search for Planets); Yiwen Liu (iSTM) illustrated her research into Re-forming Brain Connections in Parkinson's Disease; Craig Newman (iPCHS) used his graphics skills to explain his work on addictions; Eunju Shin's (iSTM) poster described her work on Huntingdon's disease and Philip Woodvine (iPCHS) demonstrated his research into osteoporosis. The overall standard was very high and both Craig and Phillip made it through to the final 10 for second round judging. Unfortunately, neither made it into the top three places but both picked up a cheque for £100 as runners-up. This was a very strong showing by Keele and an excellent advertisement for the high quality of postgraduate research at the University and the creativity and communication skills of our postgraduate students.
Vice-Chancellor's Committee - 10 July 2006
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