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The OU at New Scientist Live

22–25 September 2016 at ExCeL London

The OU's Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are taking part in New Scientist Live

Come and meet us on our stand, between the “Cosmos” and “Earth” areas.Each day a number of academics will be on hand to talk about their areas of research, explain how we teach the STEM subjects and to answer questions about our qualifications. Come and see our large scale model of ESA's ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter which is now en route to Mars carrying NOMAD, a purpose built methane-sniffing instrument co-developed by the OU. Try some of our practical online STEM teaching activities and even take the chance to 'smell a comet'.

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