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The Adventure Capitalists web team

Programme and web teams, The Open University

Theo Paphitis accompanied nine companies as they attempted to open up new markets overseas. Our web team brought together a range of advice and background information to support the programme.

Published 04 July 2010: Theo's Adventure Capitalists: Vietnam
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Barbara Allen

Mathematics and Statistics Department, The Open University

Barbara Allen is the director of the Centre for Mathematics Education (CME) at The Open University.

Published 04 July 2010: Newton: The Expert View
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Douglas Allen

Department of Sociology, The Open University

Douglas Allen is lecturer in social sciences at Motherwell College and associate lecturer in film and television history with The Open University.

Published 04 July 2010: Behind the camera
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Professor John Allen

Department of Geography, The Open University

John Allen is Professor of Economic Geography in the Faculty of Social Sciences at The Open University. He is taking part on an ESRC funded research project, together with the University of Exeter, entitled Biosecurity Borderlands.

Published 04 July 2010: The power to make a difference
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Dr Sarah Allman

Science faculty, The Open University

Sarah Allman is a Lecturer in Chemistry in the Department of Life, Health & Chemical Sciences at The Open University.

Published 07 November 2013: Chemistry Week 2013
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The Alternative Therapies webteam

Programme and web teams, The Open University

Alternative Therapies took a scientific look at a controversial subject. What, if anything, do approaches outside modern Western medicine have to offer?