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Three brand new university collections for the Virtual Microscope

Three brand new university collections for the Virtual Microscope

25th January 2021

Ask the Experts: Mission to Mars

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Free online event, Thursday 11 February at 10.00-11.00

Register here or watch live on the STEM YouTube channel 

28th January 2021

EU Music Project Polifonia

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12th January 2021

Millions of electric cars will need charging in future – but how?

Hi,

The article “Millions of electric cars will need charging in future – but how?” has been published on The Conversation. It was written by:

  • Stephen Potter, The Open University
  • Matthew Cook, The Open University
  • Miguel Valdez, The Open University

Visit the article

23rd December 2020

Mars colony: how to make breathable air and fuel from brine – new research

Mars colony: how to make breathable air and fuel from brine – new research Artist’s concept of astronauts and human habitats on Mars. NASA
3rd December 2020

Moon Week Activities 2020

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Fly me to the Moon - 7 December 16:30 – 18:45 pm

25th November 2020

National Carers Rights Day on 26 November

National Careres Rights Day 26 November Young People Playing

It is National Carers Rights Day on 26 November, a day that helps ensure carers understand their rights.

25th November 2020

Ask the Experts: Cyber Security Monday 30th November

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Join us for Ask the Experts: Cyber Security on Monday 30th November, 12:00-13:00 to hear from three prominent, professional experts in cyber security:

Dr Chitra Balakrishna - "Understanding Cyber Security: The Why's and Why not"

24th November 2020

Update:Faculty wins Athena SWAN Awards

Athena SWAN Bronze Award

We are delighted to announce that we have won further Bronze Athena SWAN awards in recognition of our ongoing commitment to gender equality. These highly prized awards recognise our commitment to promoting gender equality for all staff and students across the newly launched Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

24th October 2016

Dr Ilona Roth dispels the myths about autism

What is autism? What causes it? Will there be and, indeed, should there be a cure for autism? Senior Lecturer in Psychology Dr Ilona Roth, debunks the myths about the condition and explains how the latest research is changing our perception of autism.

12th October 2016

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