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A new method to simulate how artificial tissue can be grown in the lab to repair injuries and to provide better ways of testing new medicines without using animals has been developed by an OU researcher.
A research-informed interactive which challenges users to see if they can drive safely and work effectively at the same time, has been launched during Road safety week.
An OU academic has received funding to research the impact of COVID-19 on young Black Britons.
An OU academic is researching the experiences of migrants in the workplace in the Aosta Valley region in Italy, an area with an increasing migrant and refugee population.
An OU academic has joined the Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel to share his international research and expertise on education systems in Africa.
The US election has led Dr Kesi Mahendran, a social and political psychologist at the OU, to shed new light on this crucially important vote and specifically its headline player Donald Trump.
A collaboration between the OU and H E Stringer Flavours (HESF) will enable HESF to develop protocols that will accelerate the evaluation of new products and materials for commercialisation.
A report calling for universal access to healthcare and raising the needs of migrants denied healthcare has been co-authored by an OU academic.
The coronavirus pandemic presented the world with challenges which The Open University has sought to address right from the outset.
OU researchers are exploring how autonomous robots were used to support people during COVID-19 to propose how they can be best used in other emergencies.
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