News and Events from Life Sciences
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Kavli Prize for Neuroscience
Posted on 01 June 2018
The 2018 Kavli Prize for Neuroscience has gone to three scientists who have shed light on the fundamental processes of hearing, and helped to explain deafness.
Pest management workshop in Brazil
Posted on 21 May 2018
Prof. Toby Bruce, Dr William Kirk and Dr Clare Hoskins have just returned from a week-long workshop at the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil.
BBSRC-FAPESP Newton Fund Pump Priming Award
Posted on 08 May 2018
BBSRC-FAPESP Newton Fund Pump Priming Award on Novel Nanotech Formulations for Insect Pest Management
Royal Society / Wolfson Grant for Keele CAEP
Posted on 21 March 2018
Keele's Centre for Applied Entomology & Parasitology has been awarded a Royal Society/Wolfson Awards for a major infrastructure development.
Keele workshop in Kenya
Posted on 06 February 2018
A Keele-led research project on the control of crop pests has held a workshop at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe) in Kenya.
Life Sciences postdoc attends Science Media Centre briefing in London
Posted on 02 February 2018
Dr Joe Roberts took part in the briefing with his research on managing crop pests and neonics, addressing an audience of senior journalists from Reuters, the Guardian, Financial Times and BBC News.
Extended Harvard Fellowship for Dr Peter Thomas
Posted on 23 January 2018
Harvard Forest, part of Harvard University, has extended the Fellowship of Dr Peter Thomas for an unprecedented third year.
Training for the Forestry Commission at Keele
Posted on 08 December 2017
Dr Peter Thomas and Dr Sarah Taylor from the School of Life Sciences ran a training day on 28th November for the Forestry Commission, focussing on how trees grow and die.
Dr Catherine Merrick awarded Kan Tong Po fellowship with her Hong-Kong-based collaborator Dr Chun Kit Kwok
Posted on 24 November 2017
The Royal Society's Kan Tong Po fellowship scheme encourages collaborative work between UK and Hong Kong universities.
Research Fellow Dr Matthew Mold Speaks at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Posted on 20 November 2017
Dr Mold was funded by the Newton Bhabha fund to attend the 'Peptides, Proteins and Metals in Disease & Therapy' workshop.