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Keele astrophysicists to pinpoint when and where stars and planets were born

Posted on 23 April 2018 The Keele University Astrophysics Group has been awarded a £435,000 grant from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) to explore the formation and fundamental properties of stars and (exo)planetary systems
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Research experience week in the Astrophysics Group at Keele

Posted on 26 January 2018 Research experience week in the Astrophysics Group at Keele
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Research Associate opportunity in the Dynamics and Ages of Young Stellar Clusters

Posted on 26 January 2018 Research Associate opportunity in the Dynamics and Ages of Young Stellar Clusters
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Too many massive stars found in nearby starburst

Posted on 26 January 2018 Too many massive stars found in nearby starburst
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Keele Astronomers win massive amounts of facility time

Posted on 03 October 2017 Keele Astronomers win massive amounts of facility time
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European project to investigate the origins of the universe takes flight

Posted on 11 August 2017 The Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos (ChETEC) Action is a multidisciplinary, pan-European network to further develop our understanding of the evolution of the universe.
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New Hot Jupiter marks the first collaborative exoplanet discovery

Posted on 18 July 2017 Researchers led by a team at Keele University have discovered a new ‘Hot Jupiter’ exoplanet.
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Atmosphere detected around an Earth-like planet

Posted on 28 April 2017 Astronomers at Keele University have detected an atmosphere around the super-Earth planet GJ 1132b
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Keele Astronomers Harvest Facility Time Awards

Posted on 18 January 2017 Keele's Astrophysics Department Win Telescope Time
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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.