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Dr Graeme Jones

Physical & Geographical Sciences (Chemistry)

Tel: 01782 734173

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Research Institute: Natural Sciences

Homepage: http://www.makeitmolecular.com/

Specialist Areas: Dr Graeme Jones is one of the UKs leading science communicators with a particular interest in communicating all aspects of chemistry to the general public. His specialist scientific knowledge is in chemical communication using pheromones, particularly within social insects. He has won many awards including a NESTA dreamtime award, the Royal Society Summer Lecturer 2005, the B. A. Lord Kelvin Award Lecture in 2004, and a Guinness World Record for the largest model of DNA in the world.

Dr Peter Thomas

Life Sciences

Tel: 01782 733497

Mobile: Held by press office

Research Institute: Environment, Physical Sciences & Applied Mathematics

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/lifesci/people/peterthomas/

Specialist Areas: The ecology of individual trees (in particular aspects of tree growth, roots and seed production); woodland and forest ecology; the effect of fire on vegetation; the public understanding of science; ash-dieback; ash dieback; ash trees; Dutch elm disease; Chalara; emerald ash borer beetle; biodiversity.

Dr John Southworth

Chemical and Physical and Sciences

Tel: 01782 7 33494

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/physics/people/johntaylor/

Specialist Areas: Astronomy, planets, exoplanets, Earth, Earth-like planets, atmosphere, WASP, telescope, super-Earth planet GJ 1132b, solar system.

Nick Wright

Physical & Geographical Sciences (Astrophysics)

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Homepage: http://www.astro.keele.ac.uk/~njw/index.html

Specialist Areas: Formation and evolution of stars, star clusters, and our Milky Way Galaxy, stellar rotation, magnetic activity, and the stellar dynamo. Brexit, science, research, EU funding.