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Keele Forensics No.2 in UK

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Astronomers at Keele have detected an ‘ultra-hot Jupiter’ recording its temperature as one of the hottest exoplanets of this type ever discovered.

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A Keele astronomer has helped to capture a stunning new picture showcasing an enormous nebula where stars are born.

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Dr Jacco van Loon writes for The Conversation UK.

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Dr Jacco van Loon writes for The Conversation UK.

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Students from Keele University’s School of Chemical and Physical Sciences recently visited the University of Tennessee’s Forensic Anthropology Centre and Anthropological Research Facility, also known as a body farm, in Knoxville.

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An elusive organic material has been detected in our region of space by a group of researchers, after first being discovered almost 100 years ago.

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Members of a House of Lords committee have called for an urgent reform of forensic science in the UK following a report by Keele academics.

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Forensic Science, Nursing, and Medicine at Keele University have all been ranked in the UK Top 10 in the latest Complete University Guide.

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Jacco van Loon writes for The Conversation UK.

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A new study, led by Keele University in collaboration with the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) in Grenoble, France, has uncovered the behaviour of a disease involving an abnormal protein that causes organ failure and neurodegenerative disorders.

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Keele Observatory will be marking the International Day of Women and Girls in Science by throwing open its doors to visitors to explore all things science on Monday 11 February.

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Keele University’s Professor Maria Heckl has been awarded a €4 million grant from Horizon 2020 to support the development of emerging technology solutions that could replace fossil fuels.

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A recognition of our good practice in gender and equality issues across all members of the school.

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Dr Matt O’Brien and Dr Gavin Miller have published their collaborative research project in Tetrahedron.

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Researchers from Keele University have worked with an international team of astronomers to find for the first time that a white dwarf and a brown dwarf collided in a ‘blaze of glory’ that was witnessed on Earth in 1670.

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A practical training workshop on the use of microcontrollers and programming in chemical synthesis systems delivered by Dr Matthew O’Brien.

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The 2018/19 Chemical Sciences Seminar series kick off.

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Jamie Pringle and team involved in Channel 4 collaboration on the Black Death.

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Research that developed from a 3rd year undergraduate project has been published in a recent Special Issue of Tetrahedron.

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Two entrepreneurial students from Keele University have won the ‘Design’ category at the UK STEM Awards.

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Scientists have detected an exoplanet atmosphere that is free of clouds, marking a pivotal breakthrough in the quest for greater understanding of the planets beyond our solar system.

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Researchers from Keele University have discovered a planet that absorbs 99% of light, making it one of the darkest planets ever found.

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Professor Mike Watkinson has taken up his position as Keele’s new Head of the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences.

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The event was attended by 50+ ECRs from the UK, Ireland and Denmark and was opened by Professor Jonathan Wastling, Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences.

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Coel Hellier, Professor of Astrophysics writes for The Conversation UK.

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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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Keele University is investing £45m in the creation of new state-of-the-art science facilities on its campus, including new laboratories and teaching spaces, as part of the biggest single investment in learning and teaching in the University’s history.

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The Complete University Guide 2018

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Dr. Gavin Miller from the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences gave a lecture on 21/03/18 at the American Chemical Society (ACS) national meeting in New Orleans.

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Dr Matt O'Brien from the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences gave an invited lecture at 'Flow Chemistry Europe 2018'

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New research offers an explanation for the discrepancy between the size and age of the Rosette Nebula’s central cavity and that of its central stars.

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An international team of astronomers has revealed an ‘astonishing’ overabundance of massive stars in a neighbouring galaxy.

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