A delegation from the Department of International Trade in the UK and India have visited Keele to learn more about the University's pioneering work in sustainability, and the potential for investment in the Midlands region.

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Keele researchers have helped launch a “Good Work Charter”, a framework designed to improve opportunities and access to decent work for people in the Midlands.

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Dr Marty Lynch and Dr Ross Wilkie were invited to discuss their research into healthy working ages, as part of a Government review into State Pension Age.

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Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) at Keele University has been ranked among the Top 10 in the UK in this year’s Complete University Guide, climbing four places from last year.

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Forensic Science at Keele University has been ranked among the Top 10 in the UK in the Complete University Guide 2023.

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Keele University has been ranked by students as being the best in the UK in the nationwide Student Crowd Awards.

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Researchers at Keele University have found new evidence of how deaf infants and those with normal hearing process visual information differently during their early learning.

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Distinguished individuals from the fields of environmentalism, fashion and journalism are among those set to receive honorary degrees from Keele University this summer.

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Refugees from around the world have been engaging with their new community in a football tournament on Keele’s campus which aimed to break down barriers and improve their integration.

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Urgent action is needed to clear the backlog of people with a common heart condition who are waiting for lifesaving treatment, according to research co-led by a Keele Professor.

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Former members of the Armed Forces who have committed crimes face a complex dance of disclosure when it comes to deciding whether to reveal their military past, new research has suggested.

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Burnout among primary healthcare workers in poorer countries is ‘substantial’ and putting patients’ safety at risk, new research by Keele University has found.

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James Timpson OBE has been officially installed today as the new Chancellor of Keele University.

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Pioneering healthcare research from Keele University and its local NHS partners has been commended in a successful night at a regional awards ceremony.

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New state-of-the-art facilities have been opened on campus to help students on a pioneering new course in Keele University’s School of Allied Health Professions.

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Professor Aristotle Kallis writes on the 80th anniversary of the Nazi atrocity.

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Professor Trevor McMillan, Vice-Chancellor of Keele University, has been awarded an OBE for services to higher education in the Queen's Jubilee Birthday Honours.

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Social media posts published during the early stages of a pandemic could be used to help inform future public health campaigns, such as using real-time screening of people's emotions to shape healthcare agencies’ messaging, according to a new study.

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Keele Business School has been awarded the Small Business Charter Award in recognition of its commitment to supporting small businesses, student entrepreneurship, and the local economy.

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A new study co-authored by Keele scientists has found the majority of UK litter is made up of plastic, and the most common items discarded into the environment are drinks bottles and cans.

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Researchers have developed a new framework for GPs to help them better support patients who are suffering distress associated with persistent pain.

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Findings from a Keele University study into the real life “Great Escape” have helped bring the story to life in a new play at the New Vic Theatre.

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Research by experts at Keele University into the policing of Black Lives Matter (BLM) demonstrations in a major American city will be used to help police forces across the United States and beyond prevent peaceful protests turning into riots in the future.

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Matthew Lancett from Stoke on Trent talks about his career in medicine, and how Keele prepared him for life at Old Trafford.

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A state-of-the-art “sim family” form the centrepiece of an innovative new healthcare training facility on the Keele University campus.

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A team of Keele University researchers has found that steroids need to be used for longer than previously thought in the treatment of polymyalgia rheumatica, which may lead to an increase in unwanted side effects.

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Dr Tolu Olarewaju writes for The Conversation.

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Research at Keele University into debilitating medical conditions has been ranked as some of the best in the country in the UK-wide Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021).

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Keele University’s role as a centre for outstanding, world-class research has been reaffirmed today in the UK-wide Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021).

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The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay will visit Keele University as one of many stops on its final journey through England this summer, as the full route is revealed.

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Keele University’s School of Medicine has been ranked No.1 in the UK in the Planetary Health Report Card for the second year running.

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Keele’s outgoing Chancellor has said he is sad to have reached the end of his tenure with the University, saying he has learned a huge amount during his time in office.

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The families of young people who self-harm need more support to deal with the impact it has on their own mental health and relationships, according to a new study led by Keele University.

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Dangerous elements like lead are present in concentrated levels in UK churchyards, new research has found, presenting a potentially major problem for surrounding communities.

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Keele University has been chosen to host a prestigious widening participation conference, featuring distinguished guests and educational leaders from all four UK nations.

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A Keele graduate is pursuing her passion for the environment working with the University's sustainability team.

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A Keele academic has received his third Keele degree at this year’s postponed graduation ceremonies.

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The managing director of a renowned Staffordshire theatre has urged Keele’s graduates to embrace their creativity, no matter what their academic discipline or career path.

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A prominent academic and equalities campaigner has returned to Keele University this week to accept an honorary doctorate in recognition of her work to change public policy in Wales.

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A new programme to help local businesses and entrepreneurs to harness the potential of data and digital technologies has been launched by Keele University.

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A pair of identical twins have graduated from Keele University on the same day with the same degree – and now they’re both fulfilling their lifelong dreams of being teachers.

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A Keele University alumna has said she is excited and honoured to return to her former campus to accept an honorary degree.

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The owner of Port Vale Football Club described the timing of her honorary degree from Keele University as a welcome distraction from the twists and turns of the club’s promotion push.

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A pioneering renewable energy park at Keele University producing up to 50% of the campus’ electricity has been officially opened at a ceremony this week.

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One of the Crown Prosecution Service’s (CPS) leading lawyers has spoken of her pride at receiving an honorary doctorate from Keele – 17 years after she graduated from the University’s School of Law.

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An inspirational Keele University student is one of thousands of graduates celebrating in the University’s biggest-ever graduation week in its 73-year history.

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A prominent environmental scientist has encouraged Keele’s graduating classes to take a leading role in the “next revolution”, with the climate at its heart.

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The leader of a local NHS trust has said he is humbled to receive an honorary doctorate from Keele University, and praised the partnership between the two institutions.

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A mother and daughter are celebrating graduating together from Keele University – after studying exactly the same nursing degree.

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Thousands of Keele students from across two final year cohorts are gathering this week to take part in the university's biggest-ever graduation week in its 73-year history.

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Biocomposites, based on Keele University’s Science and Innovation Park, has been honoured with two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for Innovation and International Trade - one of only seven organisations nationally to achieve two Queen’s Awards in 2022.

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Professor Sorin Baiasu writes for The Conversation

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Keele University has launched a new scholarship scheme in response to the Ukraine crisis, which will provide over £1m in financial support to refugees or those with similar status in the UK.

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Distinguished individuals from the fields of law, sustainability and media are among those to receive honorary degrees from Keele University.

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Keele University has named James Timpson OBE as its next Chancellor.

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Thousands of Keele students from across two final year cohorts will be gathering this month to take part in the University’s biggest-ever graduation week in its 73-year history.     

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Adopting a novel planting technique known as “push-pull farming” can help massively reduce crop losses to pests and improve food security in sub-Saharan Africa, new research has found.

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Steroid injections can provide an effective means of treating patients with arthritis in their hip, according to the largest study of its kind ever conducted.

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More than 1,000 women from the local area have helped a research team develop a new tool to help clinicians diagnose spinal fractures in osteoporosis patients.

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Keele University has announced the appointment of a senior healthcare leader as its new Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council.

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Geothermal energy can provide enough power to serve the current and future needs of some of the world’s megacities, according to new Keele research.

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Three commonly prescribed statins are best placed to lower ‘bad’ types of cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular disease in people with diabetes, according to a new study.

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Researchers at Keele University are part of a new project which will investigate the impact of long Covid on ethnic minority groups in the UK.

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A new study led by researchers at Keele University, and funded by the British Heart Foundation, has found that patients with unexplained chest pain are at an increased risk of suffering a heart attack later in life.

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Keele University researchers have found that swearing can increase self-confidence and risk-taking behaviour, as well as boosting physical strength.

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A not-for-profit organisation set up by a former Keele University student is celebrating its third anniversary – having helped thousands of aspiring young medical students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Keele University researchers are working alongside Lincolnshire Police to explore how ‘dash cam’ technology can be used to reduce road offending and improve road safety.

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A special service led by former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams was held last weekend to commemorate 60 years of friendship between Keele University and Neil ‘Nello’ Baldwin.

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A Keele University lecturer has received a prestigious award from the Prime Minister to honour his work campaigning for animal welfare and changes to the law surrounding pet theft.

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Youth justice practitioners are spending less time on the front-line helping youngsters and more on paperwork because of conflicting narratives from different Government departments.

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A research team led by Keele University is working to improve understanding and care for children with musculoskeletal pain in their joints and muscles.

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Dr Gabriella Legrenzi writes for The Conversation.

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Anti-speeding campaigns campaigns rarely – if ever – acknowledge the fact that many drivers simply find speeding inherently enjoyable. But acknowledging this could make anti-speeding campaigns more effective, according to new research.

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A range of alternative offer schemes have been launched at Keele University to remove barriers and promote access to higher education.

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A new study has found that people ‘moralised’ anti-social and non-compliant behaviours associated with the pandemic, such as failing to social distance from others or meeting with a friend in a park.

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A diagnostic tool used by clinicians to predict risk of mortality in heart attack patients is less effective in ethnic minority patients and may result in inappropriate treatments being prescribed, according to new research.

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Keele University has partnered with a local NHS trust to set up a new imaging suite for training the next generation of clinicians.

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A team of researchers led by Dr Pensée Wu, senior lecturer at Keele University’s School of Medicine, have found that women who conceive with assisted reproductive technology such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) are at a higher risk of vascular and pregnancy complications.

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Mosquitoes can learn to actively avoid pesticides after being exposed to a near-fatal dose, new research suggests.

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Dr Jacco van Loon writes for The Conversation's Curious Kids segment.

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New research has linked two types of less-often prescribed diabetes drugs with lower chances of potentially fatal heart problems in people with type 2 diabetes without established heart disease.

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Age-associated conditions such as osteoarthritis pose a huge barrier to people remaining healthy and in work for longer, according to new research.

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A new partnership between Keele University and leading global education provider Navitas has officially opened its doors to give international students new opportunities to access higher education.

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Releasing genetically modified mosquitoes into the wild could provide a promising strategy for tackling malaria in sub-Saharan Africa, according to new research.

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A fifth Covid-19 vaccine has been authorised by the UK’s independent medicines regulator following clinical trials hosted by a local NHS trust in partnership with Keele University researchers.

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Keele University’s Medical School has joined the Planetary Health Alliance (PHA) - a group of over 270 organisations worldwide that are committed to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impacts.

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Keele’s first cohort of student paramedics have begun their first placements with West Midlands Ambulance Service University NHS Foundation Trust (WMAS) as part of their degree.

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Keele has been judged among the best institutions in the country for protecting and aiding wildlife after receiving a gold accreditation as a Hedgehog Friendly Campus.

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A team of Keele University researchers are calling for safer pain medicine prescribing in patients with inflammatory arthritis and urge a change in the way that pain in patients with this condition is treated.

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Two degree programmes at Keele University are among the first in the country to be accredited by a prestigious scientific body.

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Keele University PhD student Elliott Lancaster has received two prestigious national accolades for his services to education and the community.

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Policies to extend working lives and raise state pension age may fail under the current conditions for work in the UK, new research suggests.

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Keele University is leading a new programme designed to support and foster the creation of a new hydrogen economy in the Midlands.

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Forensic science experts from Keele University have contributed their expertise to research helping to find thousands of missing people in Latin America.

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Scientists from Keele and Cardiff Universities have discovered new links between the breakdown in brain cell development and the risk of schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders.

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Professor Lydia Martens is embarking on a new study to examine how storytelling can be used to promote environmental awareness and connect humans with nature.

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Dr Jamie Pringle, Dr Vivienne Heaton, and Dr Kris Wisniewski, write for The Conversation UK.

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Keele University's world-leading research in healthcare, natural sciences and technology will be taken to the next level thanks to a new high-performance computing facility.

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Professor Brian Doherty writes for The Conversation UK.

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Dr Jacco van Loon writes for The Conversation's "Curious Kids" segment.

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Keele University has launched a new campus-based Master of Business Administration (MBA) course.

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