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Over half a million pounds to research police response to rape

OU research which will transform how rape investigations are conducted has just been awarded £570,000 by The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, who are hosting this National Police Chiefs Council led and Home Office funded programme.

24th November 2021
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OU experts ask: What's in a face?

Dr Catriona Havard from the OU’s Forensic Cognition Research Group argues we’re not as good as we think we are at matching faces and explains her research to make human facial recognition less error-prone and potentially damaging.

17th November 2021
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OU research promises more precise pictures of space

Research by OU space academics to measure radiation’s impact on satellite telescopes promises to deliver more precise pictures of the Universe by making it easier to correct the damage protons cause to the images they capture.

11th November 2021
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Call for global restrictions in marketing of unhealthy food to children

An OU researcher calls for greater global restrictions in the marketing of unhealthy food to children globally through findings available this month (November 2021).

11th November 2021
Stephen Lewis

Dynamic climates: what can other planets tell us about the Earth?

The Open University opened its doors to welcome visitors to Stephen Lewis’ inaugural lecture on 9 November to mark the first 2021-22 lecture.

10th November 2021
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OU research inspired new album of Handel's music

Modern-day audiences will have the chance to hear George Frideric Handel’s work at its best in a new album released worldwide on 19th November 2021, thanks to research by OU Music academics.

10th November 2021
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Project to monitor trees from space receives new funding

A satellite which will classify and monitor trees from space is among climate change and security projects that have just received new funding from the UK Space Agency.

9th November 2021
Andy Lane

OU open education pioneer receives lifelong achievement award

The International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) has awarded Professor Andy Lane its 2021 Prize for Lifelong Contribution to the field of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning.

8th November 2021
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OU ranked sixth for research student satisfaction

The OU has been ranked sixth globally out of 89 higher education institutions for overall postgraduate research student satisfaction in the national survey of research students announced on 4 November 2021.

5th November 2021
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Autumn budget 2021: experts react

UK chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled his autumn budget as the nation wrestles with recovery at the tail end of the COVID pandemic, supply shortages and a mounting crisis in the cost of living. Our panel of experts react to what has been announced.

29th October 2021

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