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Grant to research dynamical systems in pure mathematics

OU researchers have received a grant to investigate a major problem in an area of mathematics called ‘dynamical systems’, a subject that has seen huge growth in recent decades.

27th March 2018
MIAG group discussions at their recent meeting in Ghana

Day 62, Year of #Mygration: Researching Migration and Inclusive Growth in Africa

Building on a recent podcast by Dr Ben Lampert, which looked at diaspora communities & the significance of remittances, Professor Giles Mohan explores the inequalities these can often cause, and highlights the network he has brought together to promote 'inclusive growth'

27th March 2018
The Guardian University Awards 2018

OU recognised for teaching excellence and digital innovation

Two Open University (OU) projects which demonstrate teaching excellence and digital innovation have been shortlisted this month (March 2018) for the Guardian University Awards 2018.

26th March 2018
Photo of busy and diverse UK street scene

Day 61, Year of #Mygration: The critical role of Hometown Associations in Development

In this podcast, Dr Ben Lampert discusses the critical role of Hometown Associations in development. With a focus on Nigerian diaspora in the UK, he highlights the benefits of these groups, and explores why funders are still reluctant to fund them

26th March 2018
Photo of Tendayi speaking at last year's event

Day 60, Year of Mygration: OU 'Pop-up Professor' at the Migration Museum, London

The Migration Museum in London is holding an evening event on Thursday 29 March, offering visitors a late night viewing of their 'No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain' exhibition, with OU Lecturer, Dr Tendayi Bloom

23rd March 2018
Photo of Chinese wholesale market in Lagos, Nigeria

Day 59, Year of Mygration: The reality of China in Africa

'The rhetoric and realities of Chinese migration to Africa', comes from the online journal of the China Policy Institute, written by Dr Ben Lampert, Lecturer in International Development & Professor Giles Mohan, Director of the OU's Research Network in International Development

22nd March 2018
Photo of Chinese and Ghanaians playing football on a beach near Ghana’s capital, Accra

Day 58, Year of #Mygration: Chinese Migration to Africa

In his second featured blog post in our Year of Mygration series, Professor Giles Mohan, Director of the OU's Research Network in International Development and Inclusive Innovation, explores his particular area of expertise, the rise of China in Africa

21st March 2018
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OU PhD student researches the psychology of managing illness through diet

An OU PhD student will present research into the psychology of managing diet-controlled conditions such as type 2 diabetes and coeliac disease, at an event at the OU Milton Keynes on Thursday (22 March).

20th March 2018
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OU research identifies barriers to women in IT

Research findings released today (20 March) reveal that there are continuing barriers to overcome to enable women to be better represented in highly-skilled positions in UK Information Technology (IT), with lessons to be learned from their counterparts in India.

20th March 2018
Martha Lane Fox addresses delegates at the report's launch today in London

Day 57, Year of #Mygration: Gender, Skilled Migration & IT industry, a study of India & the UK

New report launched today: ESRC-funded, OU-led project, Gender, Skilled Migration and IT industry: a comparative study of India & the UK, compared the profiles of the IT industry in UK with that in India

20th March 2018

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