A team from The Open University - have mapped the whole sky at infrared wavelengths for the first time in two decades.
In a project funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) researchers use data collected by the Cassini spacecraft to analyze the dusty rings of Saturn.
The recent advance in techniques for laser cooling and manipulation of neutral atomic gases has opened the possibility of unveiling the quantum behaviour of individual atoms at extremely low temperatures
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)is funding OU scientists to study the role of large asteroid impacts on Earth.
This pioneering study aims to establish a neuroanatomic basis for the core behavioural changes observed in autism
The OU has been awarded £196k from the Wellcome Trust to develop research which models the biological interfaces that prevent nerve regeneration following injury.
The Leverhulme Trust has awarded the OU funding to explore the volcanic environments which have persisted on the Earth since its formation 4.5 billion years ago.
"Minerals of Britain and Ireland" is the title of a new book by Andy Tindle, Senior Project Officer in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
A diet high in red meat has been found to be linked with colorectal cancer in volunteer studies. Scientists at the Open University have developed methods for the measurement of this damage.
Climateprediction.net aims to give a comprehensive forecast of how our weather will change over the next century by running thousands of slightly different predictive models at the same time.
The OU has received funding from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to participate in a national project which aims to explore the patterns of global warming and cooling which have occurred over the past 1.6 million years.