Keele University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery have announced three new full-time postgraduate nursing programmes starting in April 2021.

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Researchers from Keele University are leading a new study to assess the impacts of Covid-19 on human rights issues, to identify best practice for protecting workers and victims of modern slavery.

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A look back at the Keele research and expert commentary which made the headlines in 2020.

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A new study led by Keele University will contribute to diversifying the teaching of history education in India.

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An international team of researchers co-led by Keele’s Professor Nye Evans has uncovered new insights into a mystery which has intrigued astronomers since the 17th century.

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A major new research project led by Keele University aims to improve the humanitarian protection of vulnerable displaced people in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia - known as the central Maghreb region.

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A Keele University professor is collaborating with colleagues from across Europe to study new technologies and treatments for repairing tendon injuries and rehabilitating patients.

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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Deirdre McKay as Deputy Director of KISI.

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A new study led by Keele University will explore the use of environmental storytelling as a tool to reduce urban air pollution in India.

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Keele University has launched a new project to develop innovative approaches to student-led knowledge exchange.

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Scientists at Keele University and King’s College London have found that 64% of people would be likely to have a Covid-19 vaccination when one became available.

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Articles written by Keele University academics for The Conversation have now been read over 10 million times.

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A new study led by Keele University will investigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on services that provide support for adults who have care and support needs.

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Keele academics from the fields of psychology and sociology have received funding to study new ways of helping victims affected by an ongoing conflict in South America.

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The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) is delighted to announce that the twelfth issue of The Journal of Academic Development and Education (JADE) has now been published.

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Keele University experts have developed a clear guide for the public on the latest physiotherapy research about the treatment of people with muscle, bone and joint pain.

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The Oxford coronavirus vaccine - which is set to be manufactured at Keele - has shown a strong immune response in older adults this week.

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A new mobile app developed by Keele computer scientists will bring museum exhibits to life in augmented reality (AR) for the purposes of research, collaboration, and education.

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A week of activities to promote student mental health and wellbeing begins today as part of a pioneering partnership led by Keele University.

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Keele University research on the transformation of collieries in Stoke-on-Trent is being showcased at a new outdoor exhibition in the city.

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Keele University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Trevor McMillan, has played a role in the publication of a new Research and Development Taskforce report.

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Poor awareness of a unique type of heart failure could be hindering opportunities to improve patient care, according to researchers from the Universities of Keele, Cambridge and Manchester.

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A Keele Professor has embarked on a two year Visiting Academic Fellowship at the University of Cambridge studying the latest technologies for repairing spinal cord injuries.

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A new study led by Dr Faraz Mughal from Keele University’s School of Medicine aims to develop an acceptable and feasible intervention for GPs in order to support young people who self-harm.

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New genetic sensors, developed by scientists at Keele University and the University of Warwick, could function as a lab test device and even as a live monitoring system inside living cells.

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Tests on more than 365,000 people in England have shown that the antibody response to the virus that causes Covid-19 wanes over time, as part of a major national research programme supported by Keele University.

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Keele researchers are calling for more support for survivors of domestic abuse during Covid-19 lockdowns.

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Young people who engaged with Higher Horizons+ over the past three years were nearly three times more likely to progress to university than their peers, new data shows.

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A study co-authored by a Keele University wildlife expert has shed new light on the dangers faced by UK hedgehogs in the run up to their annual hibernation period.

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Research grant success awarded by The Health Foundation to Dr Laura Pritchard-Jones, Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner and Professor Alison Brammer

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Dr Montero-Diaz is Principal Investigator for the Network and Dr Luis Gabriel Mesa Martinez from the Universidad Javeriana (Colombia) is the Lead International Investigator.

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A Keele University Professor has co-authored a new training module to help GPs understand the long-term effects of Covid-19 on patients.

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Having physiotherapists as a first point of contact for patients in GP practices has multiple benefits for the healthcare sector, according to results from a recent national evaluation led by Keele University.

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Keele University’s Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is supporting the National Institute for Health Research’s regional site where a 12-month study will take place to test the effectiveness of the Novavax Covid-19 vaccine candidate.

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A new study led by Keele University will highlight the role of music in LGBTI resistance and resilience in the face of violence and discrimination in Latin America.

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Some people who experienced a ‘mild’ infection of Covid-19 are suffering long-lasting symptoms months after contracting the virus, known as ‘long Covid’.

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Keele University has been named as a finalist in four prestigious Green Gown Award categories which celebrate sustainability in higher education, including Sustainability Institution of the Year.

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Keele’s new state-of-the-art Central Science Laboratories (CSL) have been commended at a prestigious building awards ceremony celebrating the best new developments in the region.

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Ethical and social implications of powerful DNA-altering technology are too important to be left to scientists and politicians, researchers say in a new paper published this month, and instead should be led by a global taskforce made up with members of the general public in multiple countries.

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A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility is being installed on-campus at Keele University, as part of the National Testing Programme.

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A new Centre for Postdoctoral Development in Infrastructure, Cities and Energy (C-DICE) is to be established in the UK following a £4m funding award by Research England.

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Cardiology researchers from Keele University have presented their latest findings into how the nation’s cardiovascular health has fared during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A European Space Agency (ESA) mission involving a Keele astrophysicist has observed one of the hottest and most extreme extra-solar planets discovered to date - its first findings since launching.

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Esteemed biologist Professor Sally Roberts has been recognised for her contributions to research that is improving the lives of patients suffering musculoskeletal disease.

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Researchers have found a new way to encourage people to spread out the usage of high-powered household appliances, such as washing machines and dishwashers, which is essential in ensuring that demand can be met by renewable energy sources.

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A new composite material made up of natural wood and plastic has been highlighted as a possible strategy for combating plastic pollution in new research co-authored by a Keele scientist.

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A new Keele study will bring together media and computer science experts to investigate new strategies for combating online hate speech, after researchers received a funding boost.

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Having graduated from Keele in 2014 with a degree in medical ethics, Dr Thalia Arawi has gone on to lead the way in this field in her home country of Lebanon and around the world and is now a member of the World Health Organisation’s Covid-19 Ethics Working Group.

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Keele has been recognised as being among the best universities in the country, having been shortlisted for University of the Year in the 2020 Times Higher Education (THE) awards.

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Doctors may be making decisions about whether Covid-19 patients have the virus, need a ventilator, or remain in hospital, based on weak and over-optimistic evidence, Keele researchers have found.

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A philosophy professor from Keele University has received the honorary title of Distinguished Research Fellow of a research centre at Oxford University.

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Keele and Staffordshire universities have outlined the Covid-secure safety measures they are adopting to reassure students, parents and local communities.

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Keele University has ranked in the Top 10 in England for student satisfaction with course in the Guardian University Guide 2021, and has seen four of its subjects achieve Top 10 in England status.

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Keele University has cemented its place as a leading global institution for academic performance after climbing 200 places in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

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Radiography students at Keele have ranked their course second in the UK for student satisfaction, in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Nursing and midwifery students at Keele have ranked their course No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction, in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Keele University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Trevor McMillan, has been appointed to a leading business and universities taskforce to advise on the future of UK research and development.

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More than 100,000 people across England have tested themselves for Covid-19 antibodies as part of a major national research programme supported by Keele University.

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Business Studies students at Keele have ranked their course No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction, in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Media and Film Studies students at Keele have ranked their courses No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Research by Keele Business School’s Professor Qihai Huang has revealed the impact that managers who solely focus on financial performance have on their employees’ behaviour.

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Students looking to attend university this year can now apply to Keele University through Clearing.

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Keele University has been awarded a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from Advance HE, recognising the outstanding work of the Education for Sustainability team.

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Keele University has been awarded a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) from Advance HE, recognising the outstanding work of the Education for Sustainability Team.

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A new study led by Keele University has found that depression is associated with poorer perception.

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Schools must have clearer strategies for the way they communicate with parents in order to promote good relationships between home and schools, according to new research by a sociologist from Keele University.

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A Keele Professor who specialises in mental health and wellbeing in older adults has shared her expertise to a national charity to help older people cope with the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Keele researchers are inviting people with epilepsy to take part in a new study investigating opinions and experiences of using wearable technology to detect seizures.

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An international research team including Keele’s Dr John Southworth has captured the first ever image of a young, Sun-like star accompanied by two giant exoplanets.

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Keele University’s Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND) has been highlighted by Siemens for ‘teaching by example’ in a new global case study.

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Keele University’s Professor Saeed Farooq is leading a new study which aims to improve the identification and treatment of psychosis in young people in Pakistan.

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Keele has appointed Professor Alexandra Lamont as the first Director of the new Keele Doctoral Academy.

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An international team of researchers, including Keele’s Dr Martin Hollamby, has succeeded in forming and studying self-assembled interlocked rings that contain just one molecular ingredient.

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Extinction Rebellion (XR) supporters are more likely to be new to protesting than other environmental activists, a new study shows.

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The number of people admitted to hospital due to heart attacks in England fell by 35% during the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research.

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A lower total dose of radiotherapy delivered in fewer but larger doses is as safe in the long term as breast cancer radiotherapy courses giving multiple small doses, according to the final results of a 10-year study.

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Dr Helen Glanville, Dr Antonia Law, and Dr Alix Cage write for The Conversation UK

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A day of virtual celebrations is set to be held for Keele’s Class of 2020 to mark the end of their studies with their fellow students and lecturers.

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New research led by Professor Toby Bruce has revealed the genetics underpinning a genetic defence allowing maize plants to recruit "bodyguards" against pests.

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Professor Chris Fogwill and Professor Chris Turney write for The Conversation UK.

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Keele Professor warns of long-term effects of lockdown weight gain

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner writes for The Conversation UK.

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Professor Carolyn Chew-Graham writes for The Conversation.

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For people who worked manual jobs (such as electricians or carers), this number was even lower.

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A new study has estimated that on average people in England from age 50 can expect to be healthy and in work for nine more years.

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A new study has revealed the sophisticated systems children use to form their beliefs about what’s real or not real in their world, showing that “rituals” can have a reinforcing impact on their beliefs.

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Keele University psychologists have proven that using conventional swear words can increase your pain tolerance by 33% compared to using alternative language.

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A specialist in Global Health Law from Keele University has received funding for a new study looking into ways of ensuring a Covid-19 vaccine is made equally accessible to everyone.

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Research by academics from Keele Business School highlighting students’ views on online assessment and feedback-feedforward techniques has been published in a new global research anthology.

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A postdoctoral researcher and Keele alumna has received a prestigious award from an academic society for her PhD completed at Keele University.

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A Keele academic’s research into new ways of helping stroke patients is set to develop even further after she secured two prestigious awards from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).

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A research team including Keele’s Professor Clifford Stott has successfully secured funding for two major research projects worth over £1.5 million from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), to help societies better respond to mass emergencies including COVID-19.

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Sunil Peck’s career since leaving Keele in 1998 has seen him work in a variety of journalism and media roles, culminating in his current role as a Media Officer with the British Red Cross.

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New research by Keele University using focus groups has found that 10 years after the Smart Meter programme was rolled out, people’s awareness around strategies for improving our energy efficiency is still only limited

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Keele University has joined a national programme to improve understanding of how many people are currently infected with the Covid-19 virus, which could also indicate how many people have been infected and recovered since the outbreak began.

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Dr Rebecca Bowler, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century English Literature, has been granted a prestigious Research Associateship by the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) to assist her with editing a renowned literary collection.

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New research led by Keele University has found that people suffering from cluster headache often face a long delay in being diagnosed correctly.

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A Keele academic is helping a government advisory group to influence policy on how religion is represented in the media.

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The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes is yielding positive results, according to those using the gas.

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New research by a Keele psychologist has found that the benefits of social contact for older people are even more profound than expected, providing a significant enhancement to their wellbeing and sense of community membership.

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A Keele Pro-Vice Chancellor has been appointed as a scientific advisor to the UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA).

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New research by a Keele University chemist has highlighted a promising method of using methane for the manufacture of fuel and useful chemicals, which is more efficient than current practices.

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A team of researchers from Keele University has found that it is uncommon for older adults to consult their GP during times of distress due to a lack of acceptable treatments.

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Dr Rebecca Yearling writes for The Conversation UK.

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Researchers are to trial an intervention aimed at preventing the onset of depression and loneliness among the most vulnerable in society as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown.

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A study led by Keele University has found that older people with persistent pain living in rural areas face challenges in accessing healthcare, which may mean they are less likely to seek treatment or engage in effective self-management.

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A Keele University historian has partnered with a local not-for-profit youth organisation on a new research project which aims to help open up brownfield sites in the UK’s most deprived urban communities.

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Healthcare scientists at Keele’s Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) have offered their profound thanks to the thousands of participants that have contributed to vital medical trials at the University.

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A criminologist specialising in how Britain’s roads are policed has urged drivers to think carefully about their behaviour when getting behind the wheel as a new anti-speeding campaign is launched.

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Having graduated from Keele University in 1984 with a First Class Honours Degree in International Relations, Mark Evans OBE is now Deputy Chief Executive of Service Delivery at New Zealand Police and has been playing an important role in managing the country’s response to Covid-19.

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Two Keele schools have been successful in achieving the renewal of their institutional Bronze Athena SWAN award.

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Professor Jo Protheroe (Keele University), Professor Lucy Bray (Edge Hill University) and Holy Saron (Edge Hill University) write for The Conversation UK.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted shortfalls in international law over the sharing of virus samples and scientific data, which must be addressed to better tackle future disease outbreaks according to a Keele legal health expert.

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A global team of astronomers including Keele University’s Dr Barry Smalley have detected a ‘heartbeat’ among distant young stars which will help scientists understand more about the Sun and the workings of stars.

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Three members of the Keele University community have volunteered to join a team of highly qualified experts driving the UK’s effort to increase coronavirus testing at the new Lighthouse Lab at Alderley Park.

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A Keele Professor and human rights expert for the United Nations has called on UN member countries to increase protection for vulnerable people to prevent them being pushed into slavery because of Covid-19.

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More than 10 years of data collected by Keele University experts will help forensic teams find missing people, solve cold cases, and prosecute murderers by optimising their investigation techniques.

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Keele University has launched a new degree course that will focus on improving the health of entire communities and populations by identifying how to manage pandemics and epidemics, such as Covid-19, cancer, heart disease, obesity, mental health conditions and arthritis.

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Deadly diseases like malaria could be combated by modifying the genetic makeup of mosquitoes to create all-male offspring, according to new research.

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A Keele University academic is part of a team of researchers who are calling for the World Health Organisation (WHO) to change its official definition of the weak bone condition osteoporosis in order to increase consistency of diagnosis internationally and to also increase the uptake of treatment.

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A new study from Keele’s School of Primary, Community and Social Care will investigate how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the social and professional lives of several groups in society.

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A new publication by a Keele University computing expert could help scientists working to fight the coronavirus pandemic by helping to inform their research.

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Keele University has launched a new guide for people coping with musculoskeletal pain and other long term conditions during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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A €4 million study led by Keele University to support emerging technology for combustion engines has made “significant progress".

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A Keele University academic is part of a team of researchers who are set to advise the Pakistani government on the creation of the country’s first ever mental health strategy.

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Research carried out by scientists at Keele University, the University of Manchester and University College Dublin has shed new light on how precious metals - over ten times rarer than gold - are concentrated in igneous rocks.

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New research by Keele University has shown that antidepressants can potentially prevent depression in people who are at high risk of developing depressive illness.

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One-week course of radiotherapy could benefit women with early stage breast cancer, study finds

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Criminology experts from Keele University are studying the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on Britain’s road network, in a bid to make the roads safer during and after the lockdown.

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The umbilical cord is packed with stem cells that can help treat cancer, blood diseases, and inflammatory conditions. Keele researchers are exploring how to exploit these therapeutic properties found in umbilical cord stem cells to help treat rheumatoid arthritis.

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The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) has been successful in gaining significant funding from the Office for Students and Research England to develop innovative approaches to student-led knowledge exchange

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Children and parents across the UK are being urged to share their views with researchers who want to make sure they are getting accurate information about Covid-19.

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The Nuffield Foundation has awarded researchers from Keele University £1.6 million to help influence policy and practice and to help those who live with musculoskeletal conditions.

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A new European Space Agency (ESA) mission involving a Keele University astrophysicist has successfully observed its first exoplanets, and is ready to commence routine science operations after three months in orbit.

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Keele University to receive funding from the Office for Students (OfS) to launch a postgraduate conversion course specialising in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.

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A synthetic lure developed by researchers at Keele University has offered hopes for controlling mosquito populations in a bid to manage malaria.

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Professor Peter Ogrodnik writes for The Conversation UK.

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Doctors may be making decisions about the care of Covid-19 patients based on weak and over-optimistic evidence, Keele researchers have found.

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Pharmacy academics from Keele University are putting their expertise into practice to make hand sanitiser to help protect key workers amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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As the situation with the coronavirus rapidly changes, Keele University has united with universities across the midlands to support the Government, NHS, frontline services and communities at this time of crisis.

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A new project has been launched to unite engineers from across the world to help solve challenges deriving from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A new project led by Keele University aims to transform the way the police and other agencies work together.

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New research to lead the way in improving primary care for those suffering from musculoskeletal disorders.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from Keele’s research and teaching laboratories has been made available to the frontline NHS workers who are responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Professor Clare Holdsworth writes for The Conversation UK.

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A human rights professor from Keele’s School of Law has been appointed to a prestigious post by the United Nations Human Rights Council, to help tackle modern slavery around the world.

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People who live with persistent pain, caused by conditions like osteoarthritis, are twice as likely to experience a mental health condition compared to the general population.

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A Keele academic has been awarded a prestigious global fellowship at Princeton University.

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Keele criminologist Dr Helen Wells has launched a toolkit of resources to help police forces educate and enforce the law against mobile phone use by drivers.

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The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence is delighted to announce the appointment of six new KIITE Fellows

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New digital methods of curating our musical libraries have led to significant changes in modern listening habits and how we think about music, according to a global study including a Keele University psychologist.

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A new scientific review by Keele academics has highlighted some of the challenges posed by vertical farming - a novel approach to agriculture.

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A new pilot trial led by Keele University to help GPs decide which treatment to offer patients with common aches and pains has shown promising initial findings to help reduce painkiller prescriptions and the use of x-rays.

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The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) recently hosted the Student Education Conference 2020 at Keele University.

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New research at Keele University has revealed the impact of climate on glacier erosion rates and the significant connections between climate change, glacier behaviour, and the formation of landscapes.

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Research undertaken by a group of physiotherapists, statisticians, bioengineers and computer scientists at Keele University will help to improve identification of risk factors for significant injuries in football and advance the use of statistical models in sports injury research.

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Researchers have warned that increasing ocean temperatures could trigger a dramatic rise in sea levels, after uncovering evidence of a similar event more than 100,000 years ago.

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The warming climate is having a negative impact on tree reproduction by throwing their seed production systems out of synchronisation, according to a new study co-authored by a Keele researcher.

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New research at Keele University has found that GPs recognise self-harm as a serious risk for suicide, but some do not feel equipped to manage people who self-harm.

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Keele University has been successful in retaining the European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award at the six year stage.

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Keele University will be working with stakeholders from across the region to engage in research, as part of a new approach to public engagement.

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A study being led by Keele researchers aims to establish a new role for local communities in decommissioning large industrial facilities.

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A new clinical trial led by Keele University is looking for people aged 45 and over with painful knee osteoarthritis to help researchers investigate if providing an appropriate knee brace could help reduce pain, keep people active and be good value for money for the NHS.

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A new study led by cardiologists at Keele University could have a significant impact on treatment procedures for people with both cancer and heart disease.

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New research could pave the way to reducing heart attacks and strokes by helping to identify the early warning signs in patients with undiagnosed chest pain.

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New research has revealed insights about an ancient collision between our galaxy and another billions of years ago through the forensic analysis of a single star.

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A social psychologist from Keele will investigate social and political tensions around a sacred river in South Asia as part of an international collaborative study.

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Sharing Insights: KIITE Director Rafe Hallet presents at the SRHE International Conference on Research into Higher Education

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At ILAS we are looking forward to a great start to 2020 with the continuation of our 'Grand Challenges' lecture series early in the New Year and Spring.

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The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) is delighted to announce the programme for the KIITE Student Education Conference 2020.

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A Keele researcher has been invited to a prestigious nationwide artificial intelligence showcase in London to demonstrate a unique new AI programme that he has helped to develop.

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KIITE Learning Developer Angela Rhead recently shared her insights into academic reading at a workshop with Leeds University Lifelong Learning Centre.

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Keele psychologists have partnered with a housing provider to improve local people’s lives through a new study.

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