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The Open University’s award-winning space researchers are to benefit from significant new funding awarded by Research England’s Connecting Capability Fund (CCF) to the Space Research and Innovation Network for Technology (SPRINT) programme.
Open University scientists have received samples from an asteroid which could reveal the secrets to how our Solar System formed.
OU research shows the effects of global dust storms on the atmosphere on Mars.
A team of OU researchers which studied children's experience of death anxiety during COVID-19 has called for early mental health support to address the effects on children.
Research which will explore how people manage multiple conversations across phone apps has received funding.
Research conducted by the OU’s Faculty of Business & Law into online learning in English schools during COVID-19 has found that some innovations adopted have now become “business as usual”.
The Open University is part of a team developing a camera to image a “dynamically new” comet as part of a new mission.
Clapping for the NHS revealed the desire to express gratitude during the pandemic, and now researchers have created a virtual tool to enable people to say thank you more easily.
An OU-led research project which will develop digital tools that will make it possible for children to recreate textures found in nature has been funded.
A project which will use storytelling as a device to explore young people’s understanding of what it means to be included in education, has been funded.
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