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Forensic Science comes 2nd in the UK

Posted on 29 April 2016 We're 2nd in the Complete University Guide for Forensic Science in the UK

Colombian forensic research collaboration uses ground penetrating radar

Posted on 19 January 2015 Preliminary results of sequential monitoring of simulated clandestine graves in Colombia, South America, using ground penetrating radar and botany
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Forensic Geophysics team helps solve 660 year old mystery

Posted on 07 April 2014 A Geophysics team from Keele has helped London Crossrail in their investigations into the burial of Black Death victims.
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Academic Assessor for Forensic Science Society

Posted on 07 April 2014 Dr Craig Adam has been appointed by the Forensic Science Society as an academic assessor.

World smallest spectrometer at Keele

Posted on 26 February 2013 Dr. Vladimir Zholobenko has been given one of the world smallest spectrometers to evaluate.
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Microwaves boost materials chemistry research

Posted on 02 November 2012 Dr Vladimir Zholobenko, Lennard-Jones Laboratories, has acquired a CEM microwave reaction system MARS-6.
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Hannah Moore returns

Posted on 26 October 2012 Analytical chemistry student, Hannah Moore has returned from a six-week Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship to America.

Metals and the amyloid cascade hypothesis of Alzheimer’s disease

Posted on 18 September 2012 New research could explain why some people with senile plaques do not suffer from dementia.
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Salters Chemistry Festival at Keele

Posted on 27 April 2012 For two days last week, Keele campus saw an inrush of new talent and enthusiasm in the form of 11-13 year olds attending the Salters Institute Chemistry Festivals.

Elevated SAP in Alzheimer’s disease

Posted on 27 March 2012 Recent evidence has suggested that SAP is elevated in Alzheimer’s disease and a team of researchers from Keele has shown that physiologically-significant concentrations of SAP promote the deposition of amyloid beta under conditions approaching those found in vivo.