Latest News from the Faculty

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Dave Emley awarded British Empire Medal

Posted on 31 December 2016 Former Keele geology technician awarded the British Empire Medal in the New Year Honours list
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Keele to lead scheme inspiring more young people to enter HE

Posted on 08 December 2016 Keele University announces Higher Horizons+ National Collaborative Outreach Programme.
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HEFCE Catalyst bid success for Keele University

Posted on 05 December 2016 Keele University has been successful with its two bids to the HEFCE Catalyst fund to support two new learning and teaching projects for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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Keele University to become Europe’s largest Smart Energy Network Demonstrator

Posted on 30 November 2016 £15 million investment will create the first facility in Europe for at-scale living laboratory research, development and demonstration.
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Keele University partners in £7m ‘green gas’ project

Posted on 30 November 2016 Keele University is set to be part of a ground-breaking programme to demonstrate the use of blended hydrogen - a ‘green’ gas - in the national gas grid.
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International Innovation Award

Posted on 18 November 2016 A product developed as part of a Keele University partnership has won an International Innovation Award for its insecticide-free solution to pest control.
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Keele University leads European project to trace the evolution of the universe

Posted on 16 November 2016 A researcher from Keele University has been successful in winning a European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action to lead a multidisciplinary, European network to trace the evolution of the universe.
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Keele University Sustainability Champions win Green Gown Awards

Posted on 11 November 2016 Keele University is celebrating after winning its greatest number of awards yet at the prestigious Green Gown Awards 2016
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Scientists turn one pathogen against another in fight against dengue and Zika

Posted on 03 November 2016 Hilary Hurd, Emeritus Professor of Parasitology, explains how scientists are using pathogens in the fight against mosquito-borne viral diseases
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Direct Gaze Briefly Disrupts Visual Working Memory

Posted on 07 September 2016 Research has found that people are less able to recall the colour of the shirts others are wearing when others look directly at them.