Faculty of Natural Sciences
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We are renowned for interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach and our Faculty of Natural Sciences is central to this. Our Schools of Life Sciences, Computing & Mathematics, Chemical & Physical Sciences, Geography, Geology and the Environment, and Psychology build scientific skills and awareness of the issues relevant to both our sustainable development and quality of life. They integrate world-class research with the very best teaching and the latest innovations. Since Natural Scientists are inherently multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, they are particularly relevant to how the world around us works today and ours is the natural venue for them. It’s the Keele difference.
What's happening in the Faculty
Annual Psychology Postgraduate Research Conference
DH 0.31 on Wed 13th April from 13.00-15.40.
MSc and PhD students will be presenting their research. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please come along and support our students and learn more about the types of research going on in the Centre for Psychological Research.
Postgraduate Conference 2016
Outside the Frame: Thinking and Engaging Differently
18th April, The Ballroom, Keele Hall
Open to all postgraduates to present their research to a cross disciplinary audience of peers, students and staff at the Institute’s first postgraduate conference.