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Education key to busting menopause myths says leading OU expert

A long awaited report by an All-Party Parliamentary Group into the menopause has finally been published and it is calling for more urgent help for women.

18th October 2022

Wales: Who Do We Think We Are? With Huw Edwards

Two Open University academics have been working behind the scenes on an OU/BBC co-production about how the identity of Welsh people has been shaped.

17th October 2022

OU/BBC Co-production The Big Green Money Show returns

Eco-friendly podcast The Big Green Money Show is back. Presented by Dragons’ Den’s Deborah Meaden, the 11-part OU/BBC series examines the way some businesses are becoming greener.

13th October 2022

The rise and fall of Topshop. OU/BBC series lifts the lid on iconic brand’s fall from grace

The story of how a huge fashion brand fell dramatically to earth is the subject of a new two-part OU/BBC co–production.

26th September 2022
Group photo of the winners sitting and standing

OU celebrates Research Excellence Awards 2022

The OU Research Excellence Awards recognised the wide range of ways research undertaken at the OU makes a positive difference to the economy, the environment, and society.

23rd September 2022
The Queen and children at the Milton Keynes Campus

Her Majesty The Queen, 1926 – 2022

The Open University is saddened to learn of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen and joins people across the world in expressing our condolences to the Royal Family.

9th September 2022

The impact of Covid-19 on staff in UK higher education

A research project, funded internally by The Open University, explored how the pandemic impacted academic and professional staff in higher education throughout the UK.

2nd September 2022

It’s GOZERO for Richard and the research team

OUBS academic Professor Richard Blundel and other members of a multi-disciplinary research team have secured funding for a 20-month study of the governance of decarbonisation in small businesses titled GOZERO.

31st August 2022

‘The OU was my perfect option after college’

When Kianna Graham, 21, had to decide what life would look like after college, she says The Open University was the only option.

15th August 2022

Cost-of-living crisis – greatest challenge for 40 years says academic

The Bank of England has raised rates, a recession is looming and cost-of-living issues are dominating the headlines. Martin Upton, Senior Lecturer in Finance, warns people against ill-judged decisions through the cost-of-living crisis

8th August 2022

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