Latest News from the Faculty

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Prize-winning research support poster

Posted on 08 June 2017 A poster on research support won the delegates' prize at the ARMA conference in Liverpool

Faculty of Natural Sciences' Postgraduate Research Symposium

Posted on 01 June 2017 Thursday 25th May - Keele Hall Ballroom
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Keele University appoints industry leaders to drive business innovation

Posted on 22 March 2017 The appointments will allow the University to continue to strengthen its commitment to underpinning its role as an important economic anchor across and beyond the region.
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CSI Stoke: The Science of the Great War

Posted on 21 March 2017 An interactive day of science, history and discovery at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday 1st April
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The science 'reproducibility crisis' – and what can be done about it

Posted on 15 March 2017 Dr Jim Grange, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, writes for The Conversation UK.

Keele alumnus helps NASA discover seven new planets

Posted on 03 March 2017 Keele University Astrophysics graduate Dr Dan Holdsworth recently worked with NASA to observe a new solar system.
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The science of saying sorry

Posted on 21 February 2017 Dr Richard Stephens, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, writes for The Conversation UK
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New research demonstrates a link between swearing fluency and emotion

Posted on 10 February 2017 Keele University psychologist Dr Richard Stephens has published a new research paper which explores how emotion impacts swearing.
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Think swearing isn't big or clever? Think again!

Posted on 01 February 2017 Dr Richard Stephens, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, writes for The Conversation UK about his research into swearing.
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What a child's humour reveals about their psychological well-being

Posted on 24 January 2017 Keele University's Dr Claire Fox writes for The Conversation UK about the link between a child's humour style and their mental health.