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A North Staffordshire editor who has played a public role in talking up Stoke-on-Trent has been recognised with an honorary degree.
Star of the Great Pottery Throw Down Keith Brymer Jones praises Staffordshire University
A PhD researcher investigating medieval archaeology is being championed by a charity which supports female graduates.
Staffs students take part in the the Formula Student competition this month
Staffordshire University are celebrating their new entry in a list of the world’s best young universities.
Policing recruits start their apprenticeships at Staffordshire Unviersity.
Health researchers have developed training in a bid to make the results of NHS Health Checks easier to understand
A team of scientists are setting sail on the Hudson river to map microplastic pollution using University patented technologies.
Staffordshire University is celebrating a Gold in the latest TEF announced today
Adolf Island premieres in the UK on Tuesday 18 June at 9pm and in the US on Sunday 23 June at 10pm on Smithsonian Channel
School pupils from across Stoke-on-Trent have been getting hands on with clay in a bid to close the skills gap in the creative industries.
Staffordshire University Professor Jon Fairburn has contributed to a new report World Health Organisation report.
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