Future OU postgraduate research has been recently awarded just over £200,000 funding for the next cohort of the Open-Oxford-Cambridge (OOC) Doctoral Training Programme.
No one ever sets out to join a cult. At the beginning it looks like the group will meet some need or ideal. For most people it seems to work initially - at least somewhat.
A team led by The Open University has successfully secured a funding grant worth £657,922 for a project investigating trust in forensic science.
The Open University has been awarded a prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for its OpenSTEM Labs initiative.
OU researchers are working with groups of young people aged 12-22 year across the world on the making of short films to promote religious tolerance.
Researchers at The Open University are opening up the conversation about death, discussing end of life and bereavement to enable people to make better decisions and support others.
Professor Richard Holliman in the OU’s Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, has contributed to a Nature podcast that explores how university researchers can engage with non-academic collaborators through research.
OU researchers are leading a £2.1M project funded by the Arts & Humanities Council aimed at decolonising peace education in Africa.
OU researchers have highlighted the need for the scrutiny of any new proposals around employment leave for early pregnancy endings.
A new OU research platform is open for collaboration on some of the most important challenges of our time.
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