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OU PhD student simulates early Martian environment in the lab

An OU Astrobiology PhD student, will describe how he is simulating the conditions of early Mars in the lab at an OU event on Thursday 22 February 2018.

19th February 2018
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Day 40, Year of #Mygration: The Open University Law School Symposium on 'Belonging: Dominance, Governance, Identity, Memory'

An interdisciplinary Symposium on Belonging, hosted by the Citizenship and Governance Strategic Research Area will take place at the Open University Law School on 18th-19th April 2018. 

23rd February 2018
Brainteaser month

Should we believe everything history tells us?

The final academic video chat in the OU’s Brainteaser Month (#BrainteaserMonth) campaign is about whether we should believe everything history tells us.

22nd February 2018

Day 39, Year of #Mygration: Mind the gap: the migration data

The Office for National Statistics has recently published its latest Migration Statistics Quarterly Report.

22nd February 2018

Day 38, Year of #Mygration: Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo

Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo, Visiting Research Fellow at The Open University, discusses his experiences of living in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Ireland and Milton Keynes.

21st February 2018
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Day 37, Year of #Mygration: Milton Keynes Community Allotment Project for Refugees

A grant from MK Community Foundation has allowed refugees and asylum seekers to participate in an allotment project in Milton Keynes. The ongoing project aims to improve the health and well-being of refugees and asylum seekers accessing Red Cross services.

20th February 2018
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Day 36, Year of #Mygration: #1DayWithoutUs: Mining twitter, framing solidarity

According to its organisers, the 2017 One Day Without Us action aimed to emphasise the variety of work migrants undertake to help keep the UK afloat.

16th February 2018
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Day 35, Year of #Mygration: One day without us

As politicians are struggling to identify the ‘will of the people’ tomorrow’s ‘One Day Without Us’ campaign is a needed reminder who the people are.

16th February 2018
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Day 34, Year of #Mygration: Children's language brokering across places and spaces

Samir was 13 years old when I first met him. He had arrived in the UK from Afghanistan some years earlier. He was reluctant to talk in class about his home language, as some of the other pupils would call him a ‘terrorist’, so he kept that side of his life hidden.

15th February 2018

Day 33, Year of #Mygration: Migrating musicians, migrating musics

It’s difficult to imagine British musical life without the contributions of migrating musicians and the music they bring with them. In the realm of western art music, the works of the Halle-born George Frideric Handel are closely bound up with British public life.

14th February 2018

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