Keele wins prestigious THE awardPosted on 27 November 2015 Keele wins prestigious Times Higher Education award for Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year.
Keele continues to improve its world rankingsPosted on 15 September 2015 in a new ranking publicised today, September 15th.
New Masters Degree in Adult NursingPosted on 21 December 2015 Innovative, new Masters Degree in Adult Nursing launched by School of Nursing and Midwifery.
New facilities to develop next generation pharmacistsPosted on 09 December 2015 School of Pharmacy opens state-of-the-art pharmacy practice suite.
New UK Government Postgraduate Loans SchemePosted on 08 December 2015 A new loans scheme will provide up to £10,000 a year for Masters courses.
Keele researcher recognised in national Parkinson’s research competitionPosted on 03 December 2015 Postgraduate Research student shortlisted for his image ‘Blazing Neurons’.
Adding quality to quantity: a holistic approach to healthcarePosted on 03 December 2015 Inaugural Professorial Lecture - Umesh Kadam, Professor of Health Services Research & Clinical Epidemiology.
CLOCK highly commended in 'Peoples Award'Posted on 30 November 2015 CLOCK Community Legal Companions highly commended in the Social Enterprise West Midlands Peoples Awards.
New £10.1m facilities to meet demand for Life SciencesPosted on 26 November 2015 An exciting new development is underway, expanding Keele’s Huxley Building, home to the School of Life Sciences.
Unwrapping the Science Behind ChristmasPosted on 25 November 2015 How can Santa visit 9.2 billion children in just 24 hours...
Chinese business and government delegation visits KeelePosted on 24 November 2015 Chinese delegation learn about world-leading expertise in energy technology
The hidden pain in our dataPosted on 13 November 2015 Inaugural Lecture - Professor Kelvin Jordan, Professor of Biostatistics.
Keele signs up to World Antibiotic Awareness campaignPosted on 12 November 2015 The campaign reflects that antibiotics are a precious resource and should be preserved.
£2.1million transformation for iconic Keele buildingPosted on 12 November 2015 Project creates flexible modern spaces for teaching and learning.
U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency appoints new deputy directorPosted on 12 November 2015 Keele graduate selected as agency's first deputy director for Commonwealth Integration.
Keele Hall Christmas MarketPosted on 11 November 2015 Christmas carols, festive food and drink and 90 stalls - in partnership with Douglas Macmillan Hospice.
Science without Religion is LamePosted on 05 November 2015 Event: The Debate with Tom McLeish, author of Faith and Wisdom in Science.
Pride at KeelePosted on 05 November 2015 Film Q&A event with Mike Jackson, former Keele student and co-founder of Lesbians and Gay Men Support the Miners, recently immortalised in the movie Pride.
Fairlight to HollywoodPosted on 04 November 2015 Event - Celebrating the music of Keele alumnus Andy Quin
Alcohol Impact Accreditation programmePosted on 22 October 2015 Alcohol Impact project established to reduce harmful alcohol consumption on campus.
International launch of CASICPosted on 20 October 2015 A new research centre - the Community Animation and Social Innovation Centre(CASIC) - had its international launch at Keele.
University makes lifesaving partnershipPosted on 16 October 2015 Students at Keele will benefit from lifesaving awareness initiative following a new partnership with Meningitis Now.
Headteacher/senior leader research breakfast forumsPosted on 12 October 2015 Breakfast forums at Keele offer the chance to discuss evidence-informed thinking in relation to primary education.
Stem cell therapies for neurological injuryPosted on 12 October 2015 Professor Divya Maitreyi Chari will give the opening lecture in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2015-16.
Green Tourism silver award for Conference and EventsPosted on 12 October 2015 Keele University Conference and Events has achieved silver status in the highly accredited Green Tourism Scheme.
Iraq Body Count Nobel Peace Prize contenderPosted on 09 October 2015 Iraq Body Count, a database of violent civilian deaths in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion of the country in 2003, which was founded in Keele was considered in the shortlist for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize.
Keele celebrates World Mental Health DayPosted on 06 October 2015 Keele will be celebrating World Mental Health Day with be a display and informational area in the University's Chancellor's Building.
Spooktacular ’15Posted on 05 October 2015 Spooky science, creativity and thrills for all the family
Shortlisted for Health Service Journal AwardsPosted on 05 October 2015 The Cross Staffordshire & Shropshire Research & Development Group has been shortlisted for the prestigious HSJ Awards.
Keele ranked among global elitePosted on 30 September 2015 Keele University has been ranked among the top 4% of the world's leading universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-16.
Higher Horizons website launchPosted on 29 September 2015 Higher Horizons, a Collaborative Outreach Network led by Keele University, has launched its website this week.
Astronomers find black hole is 30 times expected sizePosted on 24 September 2015 The central supermassive black hole of a recently discovered galaxy has been
found to be far larger than should be possible
Keele highly ranked in Sunday Times League TablesPosted on 21 September 2015 Keele has been highly ranked for Student Experience and Teaching Quality in the Sunday Times League Tables for 2016
School of Nursing and Midwifery 20 year anniversaryPosted on 15 September 2015 The School of Nursing and Midwifery marked its 20 year anniversary with an event at Keele Hall.
A tribute to former Chancellor Lord MoserPosted on 09 September 2015 It is with great sadness that the University announces the death of its former Chancellor Lord Moser at the age of 92.
Launch of National Cyber Awareness CoursePosted on 02 September 2015 The National Cyber Skills Centre, based at the Malvern Hills Science Park, the University of Gloucestershire and Keele University, have announced the launch of the National Cyber Awareness Course.
Keele nominated for prestigious THE awardPosted on 03 September 2015 Keele has been shortlisted for a prestigious Times Higher Education award.
New sports provision to be named after inspirational soccer coachPosted on 03 September 2015 £1.7 million sports development to be named after soccer coach, Keith Harrison, who sadly died last weekend.
Live Age FestivalPosted on 03 September 2015 This Autumn the Keele-led Live Age Festival returns for a second year, to celebrate creativity in later life across North Staffordshire for three-days.
Life-saving innovation to be unveiled to global expertsPosted on 02 September 2015 New technique developed at the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust by medical sciences student to be unveiled to experts from around the world.
University Well-coming for new on-campus pharmacyPosted on 17 August 2015 The UK’s largest independent pharmacy chain, Well, has invested in Staffordshire, with the opening of a new pharmacy store on-campus at Keele.
Keele University Still No.1 for Student SatisfactionPosted on 12 August 2015 Keele University has been crowned 1st for Student Satisfaction amongst Universities in the UK for the second consecutive year, in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2015.
Keele student studies Sumatran tigersPosted on 04 August 2015 Keele student Mark Lightfoot has been keeping a close eye on Dudley Zoo’s pair of Sumatran tigers as part of a research project.
New partnership to power local economic growthPosted on 04 August 2015 Keele and Staffordshire universities have announced a strategic new partnership to boost the local economy.
£1.7m plans to upgrade sports provision at KeelePosted on 31 July 2015 Keele is set to start on ambitious, £1.7 million improvement and upgrade works at the Sports Centre after obtaining planning permission.
Keele success in Police Knowledge Fund bidPosted on 30 July 2015 Keele, with Staffordshire University, is one of the successful bidders for a share of a £10m fund to boost links between police and academia.
Keele wins Marie Curie Champions LeaguePosted on 24 July 2015 Keele University became the inaugural winners of the Marie Curie Champions League.
Students' Union silver award for sustainability actionPosted on 23 July 2015 KeeleSU has won an NUS Green Impact silver award for the 5th consecutive year.
Local Food, Local Plates, Local PeoplePosted on 22 July 2015 People from across North Staffordshire gathered at Middleport Pottery for the Connected Communities Food Festival.
Graduation success for Cheshire pensionerPosted on 21 July 2015 Pensioner Gerry Watkin fulfulfilled a lifelong dream when he graduated at Keele University with a 2:1 in History
and American Studies.
Launch for initiative to raise pupil aspirationsPosted on 14 July 2015 Keele University is part of a new higher education network which aims to raise school pupils’ aspirations launched this week.
New Keele Management School DirectorPosted on 14 July 2015 Professor Kurt Allman, currently Associate Dean (Enterprise, Engagement and Employability) at Salford Business School, will join Keele Management School as its Director in October.
Q&A: Peter Bowker - BAFTA Award winning writerPosted on 10 July 2015 BAFTA Award winning writer Peter Bowker will be holding a Q&A session in the Ken Loach Multi-Media Room at Keele.
Keele announces next Deputy Vice-Chancellor and ProvostPosted on 10 July 2015 Professor Mark Ormerod, currently Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research, Enterprise and the Environment, will be Keele's next Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost.
Postgraduate Virtual Open DayPosted on 01 July 2015 Keele's Postgraduate Virtual Event in July was a great success.
Shortlisted for two Nursing Times Awards awardsPosted on 01 July 2015 Sue Read, Professor of Learning Disability Nursing, has been shortlisted for two awards in the prestigious Nursing Times Awards 2015.
Aluminium: A new factor in the decline of bee populations?Posted on 30 June 2015 A new scientific study has found high amounts of aluminium contamination in bees, questioning whether it is playing a role in the decline of bumblebee populations
Get £10,000 to do a Masters!Posted on 29 June 2015 Keele University has 77 scholarships worth £10,000 each available for 2015 graduates who would like to do a Masters.
British Ecological Society Award for Peter ThomasPosted on 29 June 2015 Dr Peter Thomas, Reader in Plant Ecology, has been awarded the 2015 British Ecological Society Award.
Responsible Futures accreditation successPosted on 19 June 2015 Keele is one of the first institutions to be awarded the National Union of Students’ ‘Responsible Futures accreditation’.
Black Sheep: The Hidden Benefits of Being BadPosted on 18 June 2015 Dr Richard Stephens will see his hotly anticipated popular science book Black Sheep: The Hidden Benefits of Being Bad published 18th June.
Pioneers into PracticePosted on 18 June 2015 Keele graduate James Geary will be taking part in the Pioneers into Practice programme run by Innovation Birmingham.
Higher Horizons launch eventPosted on 18 June 2015 Keele University has been chosen to lead a Network – named Higher Horizons – that hosts a launch event with over 250 Children on campus.
Fortune favours the bravePosted on 17 June 2015 A company is urging university graduates set to enter the job market this Summer to market their skills directly to employers.
Keele students to intern at UN ConferencePosted on 17 June 2015 Human rights students Jennifer Dathan and Sam Steggall will be interning at a United Nations Conference in Geneva this summer.
Keele alumnus receives OBE in Queen’s Birthday HonoursPosted on 16 June 2015 Keele graduate, James Hempsall (46), was awarded the OBE in recognition of his services to childcare.
Keele University Honorary Degrees 2015Posted on 16 June 2015 Keele University will award Honorary Degrees during this summer's graduation ceremonies to a group of distinguished people.
Keele graduate joins Dyke Yaxley teamPosted on 15 June 2015 Dyke Yaxley Chartered Accountants has welcomed a new face to their Marketing Team, Keele University graduate, Jess Fan.
Call for urgent change to cervical cancer risk perception in older womenPosted on 15 June 2015 Keele University academic is calling for cervical screening programmes and perceptions of cervical cancer to be reviewed urgently.
National Teaching Fellowship for Keele academicPosted on 11 June 2015 Dr Kay Mohanna, Director of Postgraduate Studies in the School of Medicine, has been awarded a prestigious National Teaching Fellowship.
Work-experience schoolboy discovers a new planetPosted on 10 June 2015 15-yr-old schoolboy, Tom Wagg, has discovered a new planet orbiting a star 1000 light years away in our galaxy during work-experience.
Keele intern opens door for more graduate talentPosted on 09 June 2015 Jennifer Smith, graduated from Keele with a Chemistry and Forensic Science degree and started as an intern with LabWare, the world’s leading supplier of laboratory information systems - within six months she was made a permanent member of staff.
Hearing under the microscope - Inaugural LecturePosted on 22 May 2015 Dave Furness' research of the last thirty years has focused on the microscopic study of our hearing organ, the cochlea - in his lecture he looks to provide some basis for hope for the hard of hearing in the future.
Work starts on new £7million innovation centre at KeelePosted on 20 May 2015 Work has started on a multi-million pound state-of-the art innovation centre for existing high growth businesses and new companies locating to Staffordshire.
Keele Refugee Week June 8-14Posted on 20 May 2015 Last year Keele joined Refugee Week for the first time by hosting a weeklong photographic exhibition, an opening event with a musical performance and a poetry open mic night - this year Keele Refugee Week will be hosting an even richer programme of events...
Prestigious Physiological Society lecture at KeelePosted on 15 May 2015 The prestigious Physiological Society GL Brown Prize Lecture, Extreme Threats by Professor Mike Tipton (University of Portsmouth) will take place at Keele University on Wednesday, 27 May.
Community Day 2015Posted on 13 May 2015 Come along to our Community Day at Keele University on Sunday 31 May 2015 and prepare to be amazed!
Postgraduate Virtual EventPosted on 12 May 2015 Students are being encouraged to attend Keele's first Postgraduate Virtual Event on June 2nd, which will enable students to ask course specific questions as well as access a range of live and pre-posted content to help inform them in their decision to study at Keele.
Keele to host World Student Environmental Network Global Summit 2016Posted on 11 May 2015 Organising teams at Keele and Sussex universities are delighted to announce that a group of students have won a joint bid to host the 9th annual World Student Environmental Network’s Global Summit in 2016.
BAFTA success for MarvellousPosted on 11 May 2015 Marvellous, which told the story of Neil Baldwin, a man with learning difficulties who has been adopted by the student body at Keele over the last 50 years and became became kit man with Stoke City, was one of the night's big winners at the Bafta TV awards.
Inaugural lecture - How long have you had this pain?Posted on 07 May 2015 Professor Kate Dunn, Research Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences, will investigate musculoskeletal pains, such as back pain, in her inaugural lecture.
The role for Higher Education in a changing worldPosted on 06 May 2015 The Keele University Chancellor Jonathon Porritt CBE will be taking part in an event, 'The role for Higher Education in a changing world' open to all staff and students and the wider Keele community.
Healthcare Summer Schools at KeelePosted on 06 May 2015 Keele University and the University Hospitals of North Midlands are running a series of one-day Summer Schools for young learners interested in a career in healthcare.
Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at KeelePosted on 02 May 2015
92 students from 21 schools in the Staffordshire region will enjoy an exciting day of chemistry at the Salters' Festivals of Chemistry to be held at Keele University.
Keele Writing: Anthology 1Posted on 01 May 2015 Members of the public are invited to hear readings from the best of Keele’s creative writers and to celebrate the publication of 'Keele Writing: Anthology 1', a collection of new writing.
Keele subjects among world elitePosted on 29 April 2015 Keele University has been placed amongst the world's elite institutions in 3 of the 36 subjects featured in this year's QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Top 20 subjects in Complete University GuidePosted on 27 April 2015 Keele University has five subjects listed in the UK's top 20 in the Complete University Guide published today. Two of them - Medicine and Physiotherapy - are placed in the top 10.
Keele impresses in THE Student Experience SurveyPosted on 21 April 2015 Keele University has picked up eight top 10 positions in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey.
Keele in 2.7 million euros shale gas research projectPosted on 17 April 2015 The Applied and Environmental Geophysics Group at Keele University has been successful in being part of a European and US consortium that has won 2.7 million Euros in a very competitive call for research into the environmental aspects of Shale Gas operations.
The Metabolic Landscape - exhibition at KeelePosted on 16 April 2015 This exhibition attempts to engage with the dynamics of the world about us by addressing energy in the landscape, energy extraction, energy transmission, energy ‘substances’ – coal, oil, minerals, gas, and the Sun, the source of most of our energy.
Occupy, blockade, debate: traditions of protest in movementPosted on 13 April 2015 Brian Doherty, Professor of Political Sociology at Keele University, will examine traditions of protest in the latest lecture in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures.
Keele impresses in THE Student Experience SurveyPosted on 10 April 2015 Keele University picked up eight top 10 positions in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey, published this week (9 April 2015).
KeeleSU wins Best Bar None Gold AwardPosted on 07 April 2015 KeeleSU has won the Best Bar None Gold Award for the fifth consecutive year.
CSI - the Science of the Great WarPosted on 07 April 2015 Discover the science and technology of World War One - through a series of hands-on activities visitors can learn about trench archaeology, the chemical development of poison gas and visit a medical station.
Student counselling pioneer honoured at KeelePosted on 01 April 2015 The Counselling Building at Keele University has been renamed the Newsome Building in recognition of Audrey Newsome, who worked at Keele from 1963 to 1984, and founded its pioneering Counselling Service in 1964.
Secrets Revealed: Keele University Levitation SocietyPosted on 01 April 2015 A highly secretive society at Keele University has been revealed through new groundbreaking footage of its latest levitation attempt.
Significant increase in research funding announced for KeelePosted on 27 March 2015 Keele’s strong performance in the UK-wide Research Excellence Framework was further confirmed today with the announcement today of the first research funding allocations based on the results of the 2014 REF by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Black Hole winds pull the plug on star formationPosted on 26 March 2015 Astronomers have found proof that the strong winds blown by a supermassive black hole are dispersing the gas reservoir of its host galaxy.
New £6.9 million innovation centre at KeelePosted on 26 March 2015 Construction is due to commence on a new multi-million pound state-of-the art, innovation centre for existing high growth businesses, and new businesses locating to Staffordshire - the first new facility of its kind to be built on this scale in the region for ten years.
West Midlands Academic Health Science NetworkPosted on 26 March 2015 Keele is playing a leading role in West Midlands AHSN (WMAHSN), through Rhian Hughes’ directorship of their Integrated Care Theme and Honorary Professor Ruth Chambers’ leadership of the Long Term Conditions clinical priority.
Do PPPs provide value for money for the taxpayer?Posted on 16 March 2015 Istemi Demirag, Professor of Accounting at Keele University, will examine recent developments in Public Private Partnerships in the latest lecture in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2014-15.
Keele announces appointment of next Vice-ChancellorPosted on 13 March 2015 Keele University today announced that Professor Trevor McMillan, currently Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost, will take up the appointment of Vice-Chancellor at Keele in August 2015.
Keele University Green Week 2015Posted on 10 March 2015 Keele’s fourth annual Green Week is running Monday 16th – Friday 20th March with a range of exciting activities and events planned throughout the week.
Stargazing Live 2015Posted on 10 March 2015 Keele University Observatory again participates in BBC2's Stargazing Live campaign with the opportunity to view celestial objects through its large telescopes and for tours and talks.
Keele ArtsFest 2015Posted on 09 March 2015 ArtsKeele and Keele University Student’s Union have organised a feast of creative and cultural activities taking place until the end of March.
Information materials in general practice too complex for patientsPosted on 09 March 2015 A substantial proportion of patient information materials in general practice are written at a level too complex for the population they serve, and may contribute to increasing health inequalities, a new study has found.
Drop In Open Event for Mental Health and Learning Disability NursingPosted on 09 March 2015 Keele University School of Nursing and Midwifery had organised a drop-in event to allow prospective student the chance to learn more about Mental Health & Learning Disability Nursing.
Engineering mathematics for a greener futurePosted on 09 March 2015 Maria Heckl, Professor of Engineering Mathematics at Keele University, will examine ‘engineering mathematics for a greener future’ in the latest lecture in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2014-15.
University economics expert condemns QE ahead of MPC meetingPosted on 09 March 2015 A Keele University expert on economics has condemned the Bank of England’s policy on Quantitative Easing (QE) as unfair and unequal ahead of its Monetary Policy Committee meeting this week (March 5).
New £1.4 million project to improve artificial armsPosted on 27 February 2015 A new project to improve the function of artificial limbs has been awarded to Dr Ed Chadwick, of the Rehabilitation Research Group at Keele University.
Cabinet Minster visits KeeleSU volunteer departmentPosted on 27 February 2015 Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, has visited the KeeleSU Volunteering department to learn more about their experiences of being the only university with Volunteer Centre branch status.
Parent Ambassador project highly commended at national awardsPosted on 26 February 2015 Keele's Parent Ambassador project was highly commended in the NEON Awards 2015 for Widening Access Initiative of the Year.
Keele academics to discuss future of social sciencePosted on 26 February 2015 This Wednesday, 4 March, social scientists at Keele University will gather to discuss how social science’s vital contribution to prosperity and wellbeing in the UK can be sustained.
Keele and Stoke on Trent College in progression agreementPosted on 25 February 2015 Keele University and Stoke on Trent College have joined together in a new initiative to encourage students from non-traditional routes, such as Access, BTEC and other vocational courses, to go on to Higher Education.
Comedian Alfie Brown at Keele Counselling ConferencePosted on 24 February 2015 Comedian and stand up performer, Alfie Brown, is appearing at the 9th Annual Keele Counselling Conference at Keele University.
Keele Postgraduate Support Scheme ScholarshipsPosted on 24 February 2015 Keele University has announced more than 70 new Postgraduate Support Scheme Scholarships of £10,000, supported jointly by the Higher Education Funding Council for England and the University.
Widespread Winds and Feedback from Supermassive Black HolesPosted on 20 February 2015 Astronomers have discovered that the winds from supermassive black holes at the centre of galaxies blow outward in all directions, a suspected phenomenon that had been difficult to prove before now.
World Affairs founder dies aged 94Posted on 19 February 2015 It is with great sadness that we report the death on 18 February, 2015, at the age of 94, of Owen Powell MBE. An honorary graduate of Keele, Owen was synonymous with Keele World Affairs, the lecture class that he founded and developed over more than 30 years.
Science behind World War 1 wins Heritage Lottery Fund supportPosted on 19 February 2015 Keele and Staffordshire Universities and The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent has received £22,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, “WW1 – science and heritage”.
Keele’s legal outreach initiative goes national to tackle Legal Aid cutsPosted on 17 February 2015 A legal outreach initiative to help combat Legal Aid cuts has now been launched nationwide by Keele University. The Community Legal Outreach Collaboration, Keele (CLOCK) programme provides unrepresented litigants with practical assistance through the legal process.
Law firm's cancer treatment grant for Keele projectPosted on 16 February 2015 Law firm Slater & Gordon has awarded Keele and the University Hospital of North Midlands a grant to research the treatment of asbestos-related cancers.
Medicine Careers Day at KeelePosted on 16 February 2015 Keele University School of Medicine will be hosting its eleventh "So You Want To Be A Doctor?" careers day at Keele on 11 March, 2015.
Pain management app set to improve patient carePosted on 05 February 2015 A new mobile app is set to transform the care of patients with long-standing pain issues. Designed and developed in collaboration between the Keele University Research Institute for Primary Care & Health Sciences and Keele University Science & Business Park-based software developers Secret Attic.
Terry Eagleton lecture at KeelePosted on 04 February 2015 Professor Terry Eagleton will deliver a lecture in the Keele University Chapel at 7.15 p.m. on Monday, 9 February, organised by the Potteries Theological Society.
Keele physio wins national prizePosted on 03 February 2015 A Keele University research physiotherapist has been awarded a prize from leading medical research charity Arthritis Research UK.
Butterfly Effect in Electroacoustic MusicPosted on 02 February 2015 Professor Miroslav Spasov, Professor of composition and music technology in the Music and Music Technology Programmes at Keele University, will examine the Butterfly Effect in Electroacoustic Music in the latest in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lecture series.
Medicine Careers Day at KeelePosted on 14 January 2015 Keele University School of Medicine will be hosting its eleventh "So You Want To Be A Doctor?" careers day at Keele on 11 March, 2015.
Q&A with Paul AbbottPosted on 14 January 2015 Screenwriter and producer, Paul Abbott will be conducting a Question & Answer session at Keele University next week after being awarded an honorary degree by the University.
Keele named lead on major national higher education projectPosted on 12 January 2015 Keele University has been named as one of the lead institutions for a £22million national outreach scheme encouraging more young people into higher education.
Gerontological Social Work: A role in search of recognition?Posted on 12 January 2015 Professor Mo Ray, Professor of Gerontological Social Work at Keele University, will examine “Gerontological Social Work: A role in search of recognition?” in the latest lecture in Keele's programme of Inaugural Professorial Lectures 2014-15.
Keele experts to research new energy source for Cheshire EastPosted on 06 January 2015 The Government has agreed to fund a study into whether Cheshire East could generate long-term, renewable energy from geothermal power. The £88,000 grant is the first fruit of a new partnership between Cheshire East Council and Keele University, which recently signed a memorandum of understanding covering work on renewable energy.
OBE for Professor Val WassPosted on 06 January 2015 Professor Val Wass, Head of the School of Medicine at Keele University,
has been awarded an OBE in the New Year Honours for services to medical
Wealthy, educated, single men risk highest alcohol consumption in later lifePosted on 05 January 2015 A decade long research project into the drinking habits of over 45s has found that rich, educated, single males are at greatest risk of failing to cut their drinking habits in later life.
Honorary degree for screenwriter Paul AbbottPosted on 05 January 2015 Screenwriter and Producer, Paul Abbott will be awarded an honorary degree by Keele University during the University's winter graduation ceremonies on Thursday, 22 January.
Keele School of Pharmacy welcomes GPhC publication of registration assessment pass ratesPosted on 19 May 2015 Keele's School of Pharmacy is extremely pleased that the GPhC has now published the registration assessment pass rates. Keele has shown a consistently high pass rate in the GPhC registration assessments for our pharmacy graduates passing the assessment in the first attempt.
NICE Endorsed Tool Launched to Support Patients and Doctors in Shared Decision-MakingPosted on 20 November 2015 Innovative resource for the healthcare professionals and people with atrial fibrillation launched this week
Seven Top 10 Subjects in Guardian League TablePosted on 26 May 2015 Keele has an overall position of 42nd, up 12 places in the last four years
Keele Virtual Open DayPosted on 23 November 2015 Keele University is launching its Virtual Open Day for prospective undergraduate students on Tuesday 24th November.
Moves to encourage further studyPosted on 19 November 2015 Postgraduate qualification - is this the right time to take the leap?
The Science of SantaPosted on 22 December 2015 Ever wondered how Santa makes it around the entire world in one night?
How he survives the temperatures everywhere from Africa to the Antarctic?
Women in Science – Setting Myself ApartPosted on 08 June 2015 I’ve often been asked the question – why would you do a postgraduate degree. Postgraduate education is completely different to studying for an undergraduate degree but even though it may seem like hard work the opportunities that can be gained from it are worth it.
Shortlisted for British Composer AwardsPosted on 06 November 2015 Sohrab Uduman, Music and Music Technology, has been shortlisted for the 2015 British Composer