A global research group has developed a new approach to improve future predictions of climate in Antarctica and have warned that current projections may be questionable.

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Keele’s arthritis and musculoskeletal specialists are part of a research collaboration that has secured renewed funding to continue its pioneering research to help those with long-term conditions.

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Dr Chris Little, Teaching Fellow and Learning Developer in KIITE, recently attended the Liverpool John Moores University Teaching and Learning Conference 2019, where he presented his work on 'Fostering unexpected engagement in research beyond the curriculum via an undergraduate research conference', in which he spoke about the successes of the JADE Student Learning Undergraduate (JSLUG) Conference.

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Congratulations to Ian Bayliss, this year’s winner of the Keele Excellence Award (Learning and Teaching) in the category of Supporting Student Learning.

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Researchers at Keele University have explored the experiences and reasons for self-harm in older adults to improve the support and treatment that can be provided.

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Our programme of Grand Challenges lectures for 2019-20 is taking shape.............

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Two members of staff from the Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) recently presented their work on choice in learner assessments at the Up North 19 Symposium.

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“A perfect opportunity to learn and to educate others”

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New research led by Keele University into awareness about human papillomavirus (HPV), the main cause of cervical cancer, has found that health care professionals across the UK are not as well informed as they should be.

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Elliott Lancaster, Education Officer for Keele Students Union, presented the staff-student partnership work which has contributed to the Elective Pathways project at Keele University.

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