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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