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Time to look again at HIV and relationships video icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Time to look again at HIV and relationships

Dr Tom Witney spoke to 30 gay and bisexual men in relationships where one partner was HIV positive and the other HIV negative. Watch this animated video to see the participants' thoughts and relationships brought to life.

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Science, Maths & Technology 

Science from Early Career Researchers in the School of Physical Sciences

This collection of articles and videos explores how early career scientists within the School of Physical Sciences carry out research to learn more about the world, and space, we live in.

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Revealing the surface of an asteroid using robotic telescopes

How can studying asteroids allow us to have a better understanding of the formation of our solar system? Samuel Jackson, PhD student in The School of Physical Sciences digs into the research...

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Education & Development 

Dominic Ball testimonial

Professional footballer Dominic Ball has completed a Business Management Degree with The Open University. He explains why it’s important other current players start planning for the future, plus how the support of the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) helped.

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Blaenau Gwent REACH

An online exhibition celebrating the people and stories of Blaenau Gwent in south east Wales.

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How to make the most out of our visit to the Great Outdoors: walking with The Parks Trust and staying mindful article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

How to make the most out of our visit to the Great Outdoors: walking with The Parks Trust and staying mindful

A new resource aimed to help people with dementia engage with their surroundings has been developed by The Parks Trust in Partnership with The Open University. This article explains more...

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Enceladus: A habitable ice world?

Is it possible that Enceladus, one of the moons of Saturn, could potentially host life? Grace Richards, a PhD student at The Open University, explores...

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Is there life on Mars? article icon

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Is there life on Mars?

Mars is often depicted as an inhospitable world, but is this true? Mario Toubes-Rodrigo, a PhD student at The Open University, explores...

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History & The Arts 

Rastafari in Israel

Hilde Capparella, PhD student in Religious Studies at The Open University, explains her research on diasporic and transnational contexts of Rastafari in this article...

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Are you driven to distraction? activity icon

Health, Sports & Psychology 

Are you driven to distraction?

Can you drive safely and work effectively at the same time? If you ever need to make your vehicle a mobile office, by having hands free phone conversations, how confident are you that neither your work, nor your driving suffers? 

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Embedding mental wellbeing in higher education through inclusive curricula and pedagogy article icon

Education & Development 

Embedding mental wellbeing in higher education through inclusive curricula and pedagogy

Student mental health is a critical issue in higher education today, with academics, universities, politicians and popular media terming it a ‘crisis’. Research shows that mental health difficulties have a serious effect on students’ likelihood of attaining their study goals. EdD student Kate Lister explains why she chose this area of research and how she has set up her study.

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Seeing the bigger picture: exploring the stories of children from migrant backgrounds article icon

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Seeing the bigger picture: exploring the stories of children from migrant backgrounds

Photography is one way of listening to children’s voices and discovering their multifaceted lives. EdD student Karen Horsley describes her research on the stories and experiences of young children whose families have migrated to the UK made visible through documentary photography.

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