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An OU academic is co-investigator for a project which is studying the levels of support that women need so that they can breastfeed successfully.
The Open University’s ability to license its intellectual property, form research partnerships and engage with the public, performed well in the first Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF).
A study has revealed new insights in patterns of changes in historical tropical rainfall such as monsoon, which will influence the development of future climate models.
Open University (OU) researchers have recreated the formation of spider-like patterns on Mars in their labs.
OU research shows that daily prompts from an app can have a positive impact on couple relationship quality.
The OU has extended its strategic collaboration with the global publisher, Springer Nature until March 2022.
An OU PhD student questioned MP’s about plastic pollution at Voice of the Future 2021.
As people in the UK were settling down to watch the late evening news on February 28, a fresh news story, quite literally, appeared in the night sky. A large and very bright fireball was seen over southern England and northern France at 21:54 GMT.
Academics at the OU have launched the first observatory to track false and corrective information about COVID-19.
An OU PhD student has won the Bronze award for Physics for her research findings into rare kinds of stars at STEM for Britain on Thursday 4 March 2021.
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