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Mars simulation chamber
Research
03 May 2016

Mars: Boiling water could be carving slopes into the planet’s surface

Active features observed on the surface of Mars could be the result of liquid water boiling whilst flowing under the low pressure...  read more

Research
01 Dec 2015

New guidance challenges myths on sex and relationships for young people with limited lifespans

New guidance on relationships for young people

Assistance for supporting young people with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions who want to explore their sexuality and develop relationships is offered to...  read more

Research
19 Nov 2015

Sea-level rise from Antarctic collapse may be slower than suggested

Image credit: Mark Brandon

A new study by scientists in the UK and France has found that Antarctic ice sheet collapse will have serious consequences for...  read more

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Alzheimer’s Funding Boost for Open University Scientist  08 Oct 2015
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New biodegradable materials could replace plastic bags  02 Oct 2015
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Irish and UK researchers find new evidence of significant water flow on The Red Planet  30 Sep 2015
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ROSETTA MISSION: Ptolemy sniffs next piece of the comet puzzle  15 Sep 2015
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Europlanet 2020 project launches new era of planetary collaboration in Europe  15 Sep 2015
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The Open University wins grant to create a new National Centre for Policing Research and Professional Development  04 Aug 2015
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ROSETTA MISSION: OU’s Ptolemy finds organic compounds on comet  31 Jul 2015
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MCT to launch a National Centre of Excellence with the Science and Technology Facilities Council  16 Jul 2015
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UPWARDS - a cutting-edge new project for global understanding of Mars  09 Jul 2015
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The Open University hosts International Conference on Technology Policy, and Innovation  12 Jun 2015
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Best-loved toys are the ones children humanise, OU research reveals  04 Jun 2015
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Research from The OU Business School reveals why organisations should tap into the values of employees  15 May 2015
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€15 million boost for European astronomy  06 May 2015
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Flagship project aims to unleash the potential of the UK’s historic religious buildings  20 Apr 2015
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Personal qualities are more important than gender in support services for vulnerable young men, Open University research concludes  26 Mar 2015
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Research on changing London borough reveals mixed reception for gentrification by its young inhabitants  10 Mar 2015


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