Research News

The following items provide an overview of the variety of research that is currently being undertaken at Keele University.  A full list of news items is available by year from the menu on the left.

  Keele Researcher back from Yale Posted on 31 October 2014 Dr Rebecca Bowler, the Research Associate on the Dorothy Richardson Editions Project, has just returned from Yale University, where she held the H.D. Fellowship in English and American Literature at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. The fellowship is named after the American imagist poet, Hilda Doolittle, who wrote under the name of H.D. and was a close friend of Richardson. health medicine icon   Keele Researcher helps develop kidney dialysis decision aid Posted on 31 October 2014 A Keele researcher has helped develop a kidney dialysis decision aid, which enables patients with decreasing kidney function to better assess the right treatment for them.   Keele astronomers find new planets around twin stars Posted on 06 October 2014 Astronomers at Keele have found two new Jupiter-sized extra-solar planets, each orbiting one star of a binary-star system. Hughes_Anne 90x90   Prestigious fellowships for research on preachers and hearers in the English revolution Posted on 27 May 2014 Professor Ann Hughes has been awarded two prestigious fellowships to support her own research on 'Preachers and Hearers in the English Revolution.' Harris_Oliver 90x90   Climax to William Burroughs 100th Anniversary Posted on 06 May 2014 As the climax of international events to mark the 100th anniversary of William Burroughs, in New York last week Professor Oliver Harris, American Studies, participated in three major events.   Successful research on ageing forum Posted on 06 May 2014 Almost 30 early career and PhD researchers on ageing, from Keele, Aston and Worcester universities, gathered at The Hub last week to discuss their research. A total of 11 papers were presented together with a number of poster presentations.   Ultra-cool addition to Keele equipment Posted on 04 February 2014 The Research Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine has invested over £60,000 in state-of-the-art, low temperature and cryo-cooling equipment to upgrade its Xcalibur X-ray Diffraction equipment, based in the Huxley Building.