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What can citizens do to reduce crime? How can the police and public work together? How is social media changing criminal investigations? These are some of the questions that will be asked and discussed at a major event in Glasgow on the issue of crime on Wednesday 18 May.
The musical works of a controversial pre-Reformation Scottish composer and priest are to be revived and made accessible to a wider audience, thanks to research by The Open University in Scotland.
A graduate of The Open University (OU), inspired by her Shakespearean studies to set up classes for budding young Bards, is delighted they are performing as part of celebrations this weekend to mark the writer’s 400-year legacy.
The Open University had 72% of its research assessed as 3 or 4 star in the most recent UK Research Excellence Framework (2014). The high rating indicates that the research undertaken by the OU is world-leading or internationally excellent in terms of quality, impact and environment.
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