A temporary breakdown of Earth’s magnetic field 42,000 years ago sparked major climate shifts that led to global environmental change and mass extinctions.

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A major new study will examine how engagement between the police and the public is being changed by the use of new technologies such as body-worn cameras.

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Keele University experts have contributed to the design of a suite of support tools to help people with back, shoulder, hip and knee pain, in partnership with Versus Arthritis.

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A team of researchers have demonstrated how birds can "read" the Earth's magnetic signature to get back on course after losing their way.

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More than 1,000 Keele University students have collectively donated over 11,000 hours of their time within the last academic year to support charities and their fellow Keele students, and to help local communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Two former doctors from Keele University’s School of Medicine have come out of retirement to contribute to the national Covid-19 vaccination roll-out.

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A Keele researcher has been awarded funding to broaden the impact of their equality, diversity and inclusion research.

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Introducing a new research collaboration between Cheshire West and Chester Council and Keele University, laying the groundwork for the development of a ‘routes out of poverty’ community-based social learning programme for unlocking community wealth and community ownership amongst the communities that have borne the harshest economic injury through the crisis across our borough.

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A major study of nearly 2 million heart attack patients has found that many who also had cancer were not offered a potentially life saving treatment, despite the fact it had major benefits.

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Research collaboration between Cheshire West and Chester Council, Keele University, drawing on expertise of Chester University’s RECAP team and partners Mondrem and Symposia.

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A young scientist has published his first academic journal paper at the age of just 14, with the help of researchers from Keele University’s School of Medicine.

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