Research News

The following items provide an overview of the variety of research that is currently being undertaken at Keele University.  A full list of news items is available by year from the menu on the left.

KPAC  

Keele University joins forces with police on new research centre

Posted on 01 March 2017 Keele University has officially launched its new interdisciplinary research centre in collaboration with regional police to help tackle the challenges facing Britain’s police forces.
Keele University researchers have published a paper recently warning fellow scientists of impure reagents that could skew results.
 

Researchers warn scientists of costly impure chemicals

Posted on 14 February 2017 Keele University researchers have published a paper recently warning fellow scientists of impure reagents that could skew results.
Stroke research  

Keele plays leading part in innovative stroke research breakthrough

Posted on 08 February 2017 Professor Christine Roffe is leading groundbreaking clinical trials into a smart chip that could save lives.
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Keele secures part in €9.5 million food safety research project

Posted on 20 January 2017 Keele University sociologist Dr Lydia Martens is taking a leading part in a prestigious food safety collaborative programme.
Keele Campus  

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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First of Its Kind Neuroscience Research at Keele University and UHNM

Posted on 01 November 2016 A grant for £20,000 has been awarded to researchers at University Hospital North Midlands (UHNM) and Keele University by the North Staffordshire Medical Institute, to fund a first of its kind Neurosciences research study.
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Keele Secures Breakthrough Wellcome Trust Funding

Posted on 08 September 2016 A bid led by Keele University for investment into Primary Care research will see a comprehensive programme of PhDs for clinicians ring-fenced for five years.