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Who should pay for damage associated with climate change – and who should be compensated?

Posted on 18 September 2017 John Vogler and Marit Hammond write for The Conversation UK
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How animals vote to make group decisions

Posted on 18 September 2017 Jan Hoole, Lecturer in Biology writes for The Conversation UK
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Using AI to determine queer sexuality is misconceived and dangerous

Posted on 15 September 2017 Alex Sharpe, Professor of Law and Senthorun Raj, Lecturer, Keele Law School write for The Conversation UK
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Ancient tree reveals cause of spike in Arctic temperature

Posted on 12 September 2017 Study led by scientists from Keele University and UNSW Sydney provides fresh insights into the mechanisms of climate change
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Keele Professor awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

Posted on 08 September 2017 Professor Alicia El Haj FREng, FRSB has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering
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Eating oily fish during pregnancy could prevent schizophrenia in the child, new study suggests

Posted on 07 September 2017 David Mazzocchi-Jones, Lecturer in Neurosciencewrites for The Conversation UK
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‘Most Innovative Teacher’ nomination for inspirational Keele academic

Posted on 07 September 2017 Dr Russell Crawford has been shortlisted in the prestigious ‘Most Innovative Teacher of the Year’ category at the national Times Higher Education Awards 2017.
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Award-winning broadcaster speaks to packed audience at Keele

Posted on 05 September 2017 Samira, who presents Front Row on BBC Radio 4 and Newswatch on BBC1, gave a free public lecture entitled “What Can Arnold Bennett Teach Brexit Britain”
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Keele Professor awarded major grant to investigate lives of those touched by Old Poor Law

Posted on 05 September 2017 Professor Alannah Tomkins has been awarded an AHRC grant of £728k to investigate the lives of thousands of people who benefited from the Old Poor Law
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A social psychologist explains how authorities can regain survivors’ trust after Grenfell Tower fire

Posted on 01 September 2017 Ken Rotenberg, Professor in Psychology writes for The Conversation (UK)
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Violent evictions of refugees in Rome reveal inhumanity of modern democracy

Posted on 30 August 2017 Mariangela Palladino, Lecturer in Postcolonial Studies writes for The Conversation (UK)
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Keele works with Manchester University on major antibiotic resistance research

Posted on 25 August 2017 Researchers at Keele University have contributed to a major study on antibiotic resistance, led by The University of Manchester.