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OU researchers have received funding to research the role of wearable device technology and scientific and clinical expertise to create early biomarkers of coronavirus infection.
Researchers have come up with the three facts needed to speed up diagnosis and treatment of people with chest pain due to coronary artery disease.
OU researchers are part of a European team that found that mud volcanoes on Mars may look like lava flows found on Earth.
An OU PhD student is calling for volunteers to take part in research into endometriosis, a chronic condition affecting over one million women in the UK.
An international team of scientists, including Mahesh Anand, Professor of Planetary Science and Exploration at The Open University, have discovered new evidence that massive impact events formed large portions of the Moon’s crust.
An investigation which tests how likely people are to believe COVID-19 related news stories, has been launched on the OU’s nQuire platform.
An OU academic is conducting an international study into the use of technology during the COVID-19 pandemic so that it can inform future research projects.
An OU academic is working with a team to develop a rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19.
A new website which gives access to tools to help health workers identify difficulties in mothers’ relationships with their infants is being launched on World Maternal Mental Health Day (6 May 2020).
The first time we find evidence of life on a planet orbiting another star (an exoplanet), it is probably going to be by analysing the gases in its atmosphere.
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