A new Keele degree: MBChB

Posted on 17 January 2012 The General Medical Council has approved and registered Keele's new five year undergraduate medical curriculum.

Keele Observatory - Stargazing Live

Posted on 17 January 2012 Keele Observatory will open its doors to the public this week as part of the BBC2 Stargazing Live 2012 events.

Keele University Poetry Live

Posted on 17 January 2012 Jane Weir will give a reading of her work at Keele University on Monday, 30 January.

Osteoarthritis: patient observation in the community

Posted on 11 January 2012 Professor George Peat, Professor in Clinical Epidemiology, will deliver the latest lecture in the University’s series of Inaugural Lectures for 2011-12.
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Staffordshire Society of Artists

Posted on 10 January 2012 A new exhibition by the Staffordshire Society of Artists opens in the Keele University Art Gallery, Chancellor's Building on the Keele University campus, on Tuesday, 17 January.

How does television affect children?

Posted on 10 January 2012 Researchers at Keele are currently looking for interested parents and their young children to take part in research aiming to answer this question.

Funding opportunities for Keele Humanities and Social Sciences postgraduate students

Posted on 21 December 2011 Keele University's Research Institutes for Humanities and Social Sciences have announced funding opportunities for postgraduate students for 2012-13.

Keele research into heading footballs

Posted on 08 December 2011 A leading expert from Keele University suggests that recent research claiming that heading footballs can lead to brain damage in the long-term could be misleading.

Keele honours retiring Chancellor

Posted on 02 December 2011 Keele has announced that it will be naming its School of Medicine building The David Weatherall Building, in honour of Professor Sir David Weatherall, who has retired after nine years of distinguished service as Chancellor of the University.

Living with HIV in later years

Posted on 01 December 2011 A new study will explore the lives of older people living with HIV in the UK.

Rising business stars offered the chance to shine

Posted on 28 November 2011 Small businesses with big plans are being offered the chance to join a two-year growth programme at Keele University Science and Business Park
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Keele Management School Annual Distinguished Lecture

Posted on 24 November 2011 Financial expert, Mark Hill, Managing Director of Pacific Wealth Management, will deliver Keele Management School’s Distinguished Lecture on Friday, 9 December.

Keele 50th anniversary sculpture commission

Posted on 24 November 2011 A new sculpture is to be commissioned to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the award of Keele University’s Charter as a university.

Aluminium’s interface with living systems

Posted on 23 November 2011 Aluminium’s potential role in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and cancer, specifically breast cancer, and the potential role for aluminium adjuvants in vaccine-related adverse effects are spotlighted in the latest issue of the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry.

Keele tops first ever CRC league table

Posted on 21 November 2011 Keele is one of just 22 businesses to top the first ever government Carbon Reduction Commitment league tables just announced.
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Keele University Announces New Chancellor

Posted on 10 November 2011 Keele University today announced that Jonathon Porritt, the eminent writer, broadcaster and commentator on sustainable development, will be its new Chancellor.

Students go green at Keele

Posted on 07 November 2011 Students from Keele University have decided to break the mould and are going green as part of an exciting new sustainability initiative.
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Grey Matters at Keele

Posted on 01 November 2011 A new group for the older community is holding an open day at the recently opened Keele University Sustainability Hub.

Prestigious Florence Nightingale Scholarship for Keele lecturer

Posted on 24 October 2011 Nursing lecturer Claire Rushton has been successful in gaining a prestigious Florence Nightingale Research Scholarship.
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Keele Concentrates Sustainability Efforts with new Hub

Posted on 18 October 2011 The Keele University Sustainability Hub opened its doors this week and will provide a focus for the institution’s widespread activities around the sustainability agenda.
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New Inaugural Lecture Series at Keele

Posted on 18 October 2011 Professor Anand Pandyan, Professor of Rehabilitation Technology for Health at Keele University, will give the opening lecture in the University's programme of Inaugural Lectures for 2011/12.

Secondary Teaching Taster courses

Posted on 12 October 2011 Three-day Secondary Teaching Taster Courses are available at Keele

World ranking for Keele

Posted on 12 October 2011 Keele has been placed, for the first time, among the top universities in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Keele Degree Ceremonies in Malaysia

Posted on 12 October 2011 Keele University has awarded degrees to more than 100 students at two special ceremonies in Malaysia.

Researchers work on new treatment for early osteoarthritis

Posted on 04 October 2011 Arthritis Research UK, The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Oswestry and Keele University are launching a major experimental tissue engineering centre which aims to regenerate bone and cartilage by using patients’ own stem cells to repair the joint damage caused by osteoarthritis.
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Posted on 03 October 2011 Keele University's Open Art Exhibition has an added attraction of a major new prize this year, the Arthur Berry Prize that is worth £1,000.

Sustainability – an essential strategy for future business

Posted on 03 October 2011 Keele University Management School with the Chartered Management Institute has organised a special panel led discussion to explain some of the key issues of sustainability – an essential strategy for future business.

New approach to management of back pain reduces disability and is cheaper

Posted on 29 September 2011 A stratified approach to the management of back pain in primary care could provide a more effective and cheaper alternative to conventional care.

Keele University Management School Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management

Posted on 15 September 2011 Keele University Management School is offering a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management designed for managers who wish to acquire further skills and enhance their CVs.

Keele students show their entrepreneurial spirit

Posted on 15 September 2011 Keele University students and aspiring entrepreneurs, Graham Fisher and David Yodaiken, are making their dreams become reality, by setting up their own online business.
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Celebrating International Older People’s Day

Posted on 14 September 2011 Keele: Active Ageing is helping residents at a Newcastle retirement housing property celebrate International Older People’s Day this month.

Humour styles and bullying in schools

Posted on 12 September 2011 A major new research study will examine the links between how children use humour and the problem of bullying in schools.

Facebook can help students’ transition to university

Posted on 12 September 2011 For students about to begin university in the next few weeks and feeling in need of support, receiving frequent messages on Facebook could help.
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Keele shortlisted for Widening Participation Initiative of the Year award.

Posted on 06 September 2011 Keele University shortlisted for Widening Participation Initiative of the Year at the prestigious Times Higher Education Awards 2011.

Are student volunteers part of Cameron’s Big Society?

Posted on 06 September 2011 Though nearly two-thirds of students are involved in some form of volunteering activity, the way that it takes place reveals some fundamental limitations in Prime Minister David Cameron’s Big Society project.
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Keele enters UK Top 10 for Student Satisfaction

Posted on 17 August 2011 Keele University has been confirmed nationally as a top ten University by the National Student Survey

EU Agenda on the Rights of the Child must help young people living with domestic abuse

Posted on 12 August 2011 Academic criminologist Professor David Gadd and psychologist Claire Fox (Keele) are leading a pioneering cycle of implementation, research evaluation, and development work to improve the quality of domestic abuse prevention initiatives for children and young people in Europe.

Health Literacy and Diabetes: Reaching target groups in Stoke-on-Trent

Posted on 11 August 2011 Low literacy is related with poor health, and to address this Stoke City Council has commissioned researchers from Keele to undertake a project to understand how health literacy impacts on diabetes management.


Biosilica’s ‘Holy Grail’ Revealed!

Posted on 01 August 2011 Keele have researchers found that callose initiated silica formation in undersaturated solutions of silicic acid and catalysed silica formation in saturated solutions of silicic acid. It is the first example of any biomolecule which has been shown to be capable of inducing silica formation in an undersaturated solution of silicic acid.
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Top National Award for Keele Academic

Posted on 28 July 2011 A Keele University academic has been awarded a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy.
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Professor Costas Milas speaks about the decisions of credit rating agencies

Posted on 18 July 2011 Professor Costas Milas speaks about how (un)justified are the decisions of credit rating agencies
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New MA pathway for teachers

Posted on 06 July 2011 Keele University has launched of a new MA pathway for teachers – Developing Educational Practice.
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Online Survey on the Management of Patient Adherence

Posted on 30 June 2011 Researchers at Keele have launched an online survey to learn about health care professionals' approach to supporting patients with taking medicines and promoting adherence.

Keele University to Promote Community Leadership in North Staffordshire

Posted on 30 June 2011 Keele Management School is organising an event to promote an experiential approach to leadership that builds upon the cultural capabilities of our local communities.
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Forget Glastonbury, it’s Unifest at Keele

Posted on 30 June 2011 Hundreds of young people are set to descend on Keele over the Summer as the University welcomes students to their Unifest Residentials.

Keele student Sophie aims for pop stardom

Posted on 21 June 2011 Keele University student Sophie Bohanan is hoping for pop stardom after signing to a record label.

North American postgraduates offered support from alumni to study at Keele University

Posted on 20 June 2011 Alumni from Keele University have pledged their support for a fund offering American and Canadian students financial help with postgraduate study at the University.
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Keele University Student of the Year 2011

Posted on 15 June 2011 Keele University has recognised four undergraduate students who have excelled academically, as well as making an outstanding contribution to the wider community.

Type 2 Diabetes Decision Support Tool Available

Posted on 15 June 2011 Free software provides practitioners with guidance-based treatment recommendations for the management of type 2 diabetes.

Parents wanted for Keele University research into bullying

Posted on 09 June 2011 Parents of secondary school age children are invited to share their experiences of bullying as part of research being carried out at Keele University.

Success for Keele's student entrepreneurs

Posted on 08 June 2011 Keele students and graduates celebrate success of 16 start-up businesses

Preventing Domestic Abuse: Working with Children and Young People

Posted on 07 June 2011 Keele University, in collaboration with the University of Manchester and University of Bath, is hosting an event on 24th June 2011 which focuses on the prevention of domestic abuse.

Keele University climbs the Green League

Posted on 07 June 2011 Keele University has climbed 19 places in the Green League 2011 published today.

Keele University Announces Honorary Degrees for July 2011 Ceremonies

Posted on 03 June 2011 Peter Coates, chair of Bet 365 and chair and owner of Stoke City FC, will be among six distinguished people who will be awarded Honorary Degrees by Keele University during this summer's graduation ceremonies.
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Health and Wellbeing Week at Keele University

Posted on 27 May 2011 Staff at Keele University are set to enjoy a range of activities designed to boost their health and wellbeing as part of a week-long University event.
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Ages and stages research project at Keele

Posted on 26 May 2011 Researchers at Keele University are looking for people who were interviewed for the Victoria Theatre's famous social documentaries or docudramas.

Keele University fitness event raises more than £1,200 for cancer charity

Posted on 23 May 2011 Fitness fans at Keele University have raised more than £1,200 for a cancer charity with a 12-hour spinning session.
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KUBE Radio 24 Hour Charity Broadcast 2011

Posted on 23 May 2011 Keele University’s award-winning student radio station, KUBE Radio, is proud to announce the return of their 24 Hour Charity Broadcast.

Summer school for aspiring writers to be held at Keele University

Posted on 19 May 2011 Writers of poetry and fiction are invited to take part in a writing retreat run by four established authors and poets.

Improving honeybee health by enhancing the palatability of food supplements

Posted on 16 May 2011 An £80,00 study which aims to improve the taste of artificial diets fed to honey bees has been awarded annual ‘seed-core’ funding from the British Beekeepers Association.

VE @ Keele volunteers celebrate 2010-2011 achievements

Posted on 16 May 2011 VE @ Keele hosted a celebration event to recognise, reward and celebrate volunteering achievement throughout the academic year.

BUCS and FA Volunteer award for Keele football captain

Posted on 12 May 2011 Keele University Football Club captain, Sean Szabo, was among the best of Higher Education Football and Futsal volunteers to converge on Wembley to celebrate their success and receive much deserved rewards.

How to become a midwife - live Q&A with Guardian Careers May 17

Posted on 11 May 2011 A Keele University admissions tutor will take part in a live online Q&A about becoming a midwife on Tuesday, May 17.
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Keele awarded Fairtrade university status

Posted on 10 May 2011 Keele University has successfully maintained its Fairtrade University status following a review by the Fairtrade Foundation.

Wide-reaching report finds strong support for nurse and pharmacist prescribing

Posted on 10 May 2011 Greater powers introduced by the government to enable specially-trained nurses and pharmacists to prescribe medication in England have been successfully adopted, according to a new report.
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Graduates return to Keele more than 40 years on

Posted on 10 May 2011 Almost 100 former students of Keele University returned to their alma mater for a special event more than 40 years after graduation.

Butterfly Dreams shortlisted for prestigious African literary prize

Posted on 10 May 2011 A story from an anthology edited by a Keele University academic has been shortlisted for a prestigious literary prize.

Keele University to give students a head start in the job market

Posted on 06 May 2011 Students worried about finding a job after graduation are to get a helping hand from Keele University.

Keele Sports Centre in a spin for cancer charity event

Posted on 06 May 2011 Staff and students at Keele University are gearing up to raise money for a cancer charity.

Keele Hall setting for mystery events

Posted on 06 May 2011 Amateur sleuths are invited to Keele Hall to take part in two murder mystery dinner events.

Best evidence for best therapies in osteoarthritis

Posted on 06 May 2011 Professor Krysia Dziedzic will deliver the final lecture in the University's programme of Inaugural Lectures for 2010/11, on Tuesday, 10 May. The title of her lecture is "Best evidence for best therapies in osteoarthritis ".

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Royal visitor views Keele Active Ageing project

Posted on 04 May 2011 His Royal Highness, The Earl of Wessex, visited Keele yesterday to get an overview of the University and see a range of teaching and research activities designed to change social attitudes towards older people.

Keele student among country’s top management undergraduates

Posted on 04 May 2011 A Keele University student was a finalist in a competition looking for the country’s top management undergraduate.

Keele University celebrates International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia

Posted on 03 May 2011 Keele University is marking the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia with a series of events exploring lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans issues.

Keele University appoints new Council members

Posted on 28 April 2011 Keele University has appointed five new lay members to its governing body, the University Council.
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Spinstars: the first polluters of the Universe?

Posted on 27 April 2011 An international team of astronomers, including Dr Raphael Hirschi of Keele University, has presented new clues on the nature of the first stellar generations in our Universe.

Swearing relieves pain but don’t over do it

Posted on 18 April 2011 New research from Keele University has fund that swearing can relieve pain – but only for people who swear infrequently.

£1million MRC award to fight malaria

Posted on 14 April 2011 The aim of £1million MRC funded project is to better understand male mosquito mating behaviour, enabling new strategies to eliminate malaria.
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Keele astrophysicist in discovery of red giant and two red dwarfs

Posted on 13 April 2011 A Keele University astrophysicist is a member of an international group of European, Australian and American researchers who have reported on the discovery of a unique system of stars.

Keele to lead major UK-India project on low carbon technologies

Posted on 13 April 2011 A Keele-led project is aimed at obtaining a greater understanding of the factors which affect fuel cell performance and durability, particularly in relation to using readily available fuels, including waste biogas.

One-third of Keele students to get substantial financial support

Posted on 08 April 2011 Keele University Council has approved a fee level of £9,000 per annum, from 2012/13, for all undergraduate courses to ensure it can sustain the high quality of the education and student experience it delivers.

Keele undergraduate wins national award for commitment to student welfare

Posted on 06 April 2011 A Keele University undergraduate has been honoured for his dedication to a student listening service.

Keele graduate long-listed for Orange Prize for Fiction

Posted on 05 April 2011 Keele graduate Carol Birch (1972 American Studies/English) has been long-listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction with her 11th novel Jamrach's Menagerie.
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Keele University to host summer school in Social Gerontology

Posted on 01 April 2011 Keele University is to host a summer school focusing on the study of ageing and later life.

1,000 Paper Cranes for Japan

Posted on 01 April 2011 Students from Keele University have been hard at work folding 1,000 origami cranes to raise money for the British Red Cross Tsunami Appeal.

Lottery boost to get more students in Staffordshire playing sport

Posted on 31 March 2011 Students at Keele University and Staffordshire University are being urged to give sport another go after a project secured £107,313 in National Lottery funding from Sport England.

Keele University to host Pro FC Football Camp

Posted on 30 March 2011 Some of the country's top young football players will be coming to Keele to train with professional managers and coaches at the Pro FC Easter Football Camp.

Keele University’s flowering cherry collection in full bloom

Posted on 28 March 2011 One of the UK’s largest collections of flowering cherry trees will soon be in full bloom in North Staffordshire.
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Keele University lecturer takes first place in online science contest

Posted on 28 March 2011 A Keele University lecturer has won £500 in a reality TV-style competition for scientists, where students are the judges.
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Keele University researchers seek patients’ views on medicines

Posted on 25 March 2011 Researchers at Keele University have launched a survey to find out the views of patients who are currently being prescribed tablets for high blood pressure.

The Curriculum: Lessons to be Learned?

Posted on 25 March 2011 Keele University’s Centre for Successful Schools (CfSS) is to hold a day conference looking at teaching and learning.

Keele University student arts festival aids Staffordshire charities

Posted on 24 March 2011 Nine one-act plays written by Keele University students will be performed as part of an arts festival in aid of two Staffordshire charities this weekend.

Keele University remembers victims of Japan’s disaster

Posted on 21 March 2011 Staff and students at Keele University are set to remember the victims of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.
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Poet returns to Keele University to present student prize

Posted on 21 March 2011 A renowned British poet is set to visit Keele University for the inaugural presentation of a prize bearing his name.

’A degree isn’t enough anymore’: Student experiences and orientation to HE

Posted on 10 March 2011 Professor Clare Holdsworth, Social Geography, will deliver the next in the University's programme of Inaugural Lectures. The title is "’A degree isn’t enough anymore’: Student experiences and orientation to HE".

Economist to give Distinguished Lecture

Posted on 10 March 2011 A top economist is to visit Keele University to give a free public lecture.

Keele Law Lecturer wins Hart-SLSA Book Prize and Early Career Prize 2011

Posted on 08 March 2011 Dr Rosie Harding of Keele Law School has been awarded the 2011 Hart Socio-Legal Studies Association Book Prize and Early Career Prize.

Keele scientists help at the Victorian pharmacy

Posted on 09 March 2011 Scientists from Keele University are working in collaboration with Ironbridge Gorge Museum and local schools to make safe the contents of old display jars in a pharmacy exhibition.
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Become a forensic detective and unlock the secrets of the Staffordshire Hoard

Posted on 07 March 2011 Forensic science will be used to show how modern techniques can unlock the secrets of the Staffordshire Hoard at a free family event at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.

Grow Your Own Career with Keele Management School

Posted on 04 March 2011 People wanting to change direction, find their first job or refocus after redundancy are invited to a free workshop looking at climbing the career ladder.

Students get together to clean Silverdale’s streets

Posted on 03 March 2011 Students from Keele Environmental Group teamed up with Newcastle Borough Council to tidy the streets of Silverdale in a voluntary litter pick.
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Keele postgraduate wins Poet Laureate-endowed poetry prize

Posted on 02 March 2011 A Keele University postgraduate student has won the first Roy Fisher Prize for Poetry – a prize endowed by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.

Amateur music makers wanted for Keele University study

Posted on 01 March 2011 Amateur music makers are invited to share their experiences as part of research at Keele University.

Study reveals burden and impact of bunions

Posted on 28 February 2011 Bunions have a major impact on people's quality of life and are particularly common in women and older people, a new study in the journal Arthritis Care & Research shows.

Xiaozhuang delegation visit Keele

Posted on 28 February 2011 Representatives of Nanjing Xiaozhuang University have visited Keele to cement the co-operation reached with the Faculty of Natural Sciences.

Three Counties Photography Competition Winners 2011

Posted on 28 February 2011 A North Staffordshire photographer, Margaret Robinson, won first prize at the Keele University Three Counties Open Photography Competition 2011.

Postgraduate Open Days at Keele University

Posted on 28 February 2011 People interested in studying for a postgraduate degree are invited to two open events at Keele University in March.

Map sheds light on English Civil War

Posted on 28 February 2011 A geographical map depicting landowners’ loyalties to the restored King Charles II after the English Civil War, has shown that contrary to popular opinion, peace was not assured after 1660 - long after the war had ended in 1651.
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Try something different for Fairtrade Fortnight at Keele University

Posted on 24 February 2011 Keele University is celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight with talks, crafts, competitions and delicious food.

Keele graduate and television producer talks about his latest success Rastamouse

Posted on 22 February 2011 Television producer Greg Boardman (2003 PhD Music) talks to The Guardian about new CBeebies favourite, the reggae-playing rodent Rastamouse.

Keele University celebrates National Student Volunteering Week

Posted on 18 February 2011 Student volunteers from Keele University are celebrating National Student Volunteering Week’s 10th anniversary with events and activities in the community.

Company cash tonic for worthy Keele University students

Posted on 16 February 2011 A pharmaceutical giant has thrown a cash lifeline to two Keele University students by awarding them each a bursary.
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Keele scientist hopes to win students’ votes

Posted on 16 February 2011 A Keele University lecturer is in the running to win £500 in an X Factor style competition for scientists, where students are the judges.

Keele lecturer heads to Kenya for charity work

Posted on 16 February 2011 A senior lecturer from Keele University is heading to Kenya to help with construction work on a vital charity project.

Discover the history of Silverdale

Posted on 15 February 2011 Members of Silverdale History Group have teamed up with Keele University volunteering project VE @ Keele to offer an opportunity to find out how Silverdale has developed over the years.

Innovative new development planned for recession busting Science Park

Posted on 15 February 2011 A major new development – creating around 125 cutting edge jobs - is being planned at the thriving Keele University Science Park.

New atlas of Staffordshire tells of county’s past

Posted on 10 February 2011 A new book detailing the historical landscapes of Staffordshire is to be published next month.
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A fire that burns within - free radicals in health and disease

Posted on 09 February 2011 Professor Gordon Ferns, Medicine, will deliver the sixth lecture in the University's programme of Inaugural Lectures for 2010/11. The title of the lecture is "A fire that burns within: the impact of free radicals in health and disease".

Denosumab Effective Shared Care Agreement Toolkit Launched Online

Posted on 08 February 2011 A new online resource designed to assist healthcare professionals in the local development of shared care agreements for denosumab (Prolia®) has been launched by Medicines Management.

Refugees and asylum seekers to experience university life at Keele

Posted on 07 February 2011 Refugees and asylum seekers in North Staffordshire are set to enjoy a five-day series of events with student and staff volunteers at Keele University.

£2.5million Wellcome Award for Keele researcher

Posted on 02 February 2011 The Wellcome Trust has awarded £2,562,995 for field trials of synthetic sex pheromone to reduce visceral leishmaniasis transmission.
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Burglars barred from university

Posted on 28 January 2011 Security bars will be fitted to windows at a university’s halls of residence as part of a scheme aimed at stopping burglars.

New Kenyan writing highlighted in Keele University lecturer’s anthology

Posted on 28 January 2011 A Keele University lecturer has released a book promoting new Kenyan writers and their work.

Keele Chapel lecture series puts spotlight on religion, sex and gender

Posted on 27 January 2011 A series of lectures looking at religion, sex and gender is being held at Keele University.

Three Counties Photographic Competition at Keele 2011

Posted on 17 January 2011 Photographers from Cheshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire have been invited to submit entries for the Keele University Art Gallery's Three Counties Open Photography Competition.

Concert performance for “moving painting” illustrating changing face of Stoke-on-Trent

Posted on 17 January 2011 An audiovisual work exploring the changing landscape of Stoke-on-Trent is to be screened as part of a concert presented by Keele University’s Music Technology Group.

Challenges and Choices: Musculoskeletal Health in Primary Care

Posted on 14 January 2011 Professor Nadine Foster, Primary Health Care Sciences at Keele, will deliver the fifth lecture in the University's programme of Inaugural Lectures for 2010/11.

Keele Winter Wedding Fayre

Posted on 13 January 2011 A winter wedding fayre will be held in Keele Hall on Sunday, January 16.

Keele lecturer's debut named one of the Greatest Albums You've Never Heard

Posted on 04 January 2011 The debut album by lecturer Joe Stretch’s band Performance has been named number 2 in the NME’s 100 Greatest Albums You’ve Never Heard.

Stargazing Live at Keele University

Posted on 04 January 2011 Keele University is hosting free events on January 4th and 5th where beginners, amateur astronomers and professional stargazers will get a chance to explore the night sky.

Swearing reduces pain – but not if you do it every day

Posted on 01 December 2011 Research published by Keele University shows that while swearing can produce effective short-term pain relief, the effect is much greater for people who do not swear regularly in day-to-day life.