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F433f96553840a5512f0e45f7caee608 Louisepdavis
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BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science @ Keele

Teaching staff helpful and all friendly, treat you as equals. A lovely campus and everyone knows each other, amazing societies and the be...

reviewed on October 26, 2014
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Ec40898c57d2eb33a2f982034d67bac3 Carohuft
Germany
BSc (Hons) Business Management @ Keele

The opportunity to choose between a lot of different societies makes sure, that there is one for everyone. From dancing to creative writi...

reviewed on February 11, 2014

Located on a beautiful, rural campus about 5km from Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire, Keele University is best known for its interdisciplinary approach to study that encourages students to study multiple subjects. Though a primarily undergraduate university, Keele remains strong in many research areas including law, mathematics, international relations, politics and the environment.

Keele has a strong reputation for completion rates with over 90% of students completing their degrees, well over the national average.


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‘Pitch black’ planet is one of the darkest ever discovered

Image: NASA Researchers from Keele University have discovered a planet that absorbs 99% of light, making it one of the darkest planets ever found.  The planet, named WASP-104b, was discovered by a team from Keele’s Astrophysics Group, who used NASA’s Kepler telescope to show th... - April 24, 2018

Are humans still evolving? Freediving people have evolved to stay underwater longer

Dr Jan Hoole, Lecturer in Biology, writes for The Conversation: Image: Melissa Ilardo The deepest dive recorded by the free-diving Bajau Laut people of Southeast Asia was to an impressive 79 metres, and the longest time spent underwater by them was just over three minutes. Although the Baja... - April 20, 2018

Keele scientists seek genetic treatments to fight frailty in older people

Keele University researchers have been awarded a grant to investigate whether gene therapy can stop older people becoming frail. The group, led by Dr Adam Sharples, hopes to pave the way for new treatments that will reduce falls and weakness in the elderly by switching off the genes that cause ... - April 18, 2018

Leading chemist appointed as new Head of School

Professor Mike Watkinson has taken up his position as Keele’s new Head of the School of Chemical and Physical Sciences. Professor Watkinson joins Keele from Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) where he was Director of the QMUL Doctoral College, Deputy Dean for Research for the Faculty o... - April 18, 2018

NASA launches satellite 'TESS' in hunt for exoplanets

Coel Hellier, Professor of Astrophysics, Keele University TESS will soon be our eye in the sky. NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Coel Hellier, Keele University Previous generations have looked up at the stars in the night sky and wondered whether they are also orbited by planets. Our generatio... - April 16, 2018

Midlands Innovation announced as collaborator in Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research (ICURe) programme

Midlands Innovation, a university collaboration of which Keele University is a proud partner, is to help researchers from across the UK get commercially promising ideas to the marketplace more quickly thanks to an £8 million funding boost, Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced. Led by... - April 12, 2018

Keele chefs crowned at national catering competition

Keele University caterers are celebrating after winning two awards at The University Catering Organisation (TUCO) competition recently. The TUCO Competition 2018 sees chefs and front of house professionals from universities and colleges across the UK compete against each other to win coveted tr... - April 12, 2018

Parents want the HPV vaccine for their sons – new research

Sue Sherman, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Keele University funnyangel/Shutterstock Sue Sherman, Keele University Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted infection that causes diseases that affect both men and women. In the UK, girls are vaccinated against HPV but boys are not. The... - April 12, 2018

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