We're going through a period where trust in leadership is at an all time low. Does science have any advice for those...
03 Aug 2017
"Fake news" is as much a problem for scientists as politicians. Crispin Maslog calls for an end to propaganda dressed...
13 Jul 2017
The BBC, in partnership with The Open University, has brought back Tomorrow's World to discover how our...
14 Jun 2017
By Anita Makri
You might assume that, when dealing with a public health emergency, taking a researcher along might be a waste of...
06 Jun 2017
By Pelumi Nubi
What happens when DNA becomes damaged? One OU PhD student explains how studying interstrand crosslinks in fruit flies...
21 Apr 2017
By Alex Dawson
What are the links between mood disorders and a type of pesticide called Organophosphates? One OU PhD student...
20 Apr 2017
Could our stricken scientists make their own paper and ink? It required undestanding of the processes involved. ...
12 Apr 2017
How does it feel to use something in your everyday life without realising its importance? Lots of people use it. The...
03 Apr 2017
How can we make sure drugs get to where they are needed in the body? Open University PhD student Conor McQuaid...
20 Mar 2017
Downs syndrome is the condition that is screened for the most in pregnant women because of the increased risk with the increasing age of mothers....
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