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OU researchers have been awarded £500,000 by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), to research the factors that motivate software developers to build security measures into software development.
If we have to feed 9.8 billion people by 2050, food from the ocean will have to play a major role.
The vaginal speculum – that creepy looking metal device used to examine the vagina and cervix – has remained largely unchanged since the 19th century.
The Scottish geologist James Hutton made a proposal in 1788 that, at the time, was extraordinarily controversial.
The 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict enters British law today (Tuesday 12 December 2017).
Today Mars has only a thin atmosphere, and its surface is very dry with the possible exception of some localised and temporary water seeps.
Research by an OU academic has found that children between the ages of 13-16 who started their school day at 10am, had improved health.
Navigating post-truth societies’ is named as one of the top ten new approaches to learning and teaching in this year’s Innovating Pedagogy report from The Open University.
Environmental scientists from the OU have discovered that trees growing in the Amazon floodplains surrounding the Amazon River emit as much methane (CH4) into the atmosphere as all of the world’s oceans.
An OU-led project has won the International Impact Award in the Times Higher Education Awards 2017.
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