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2019-2020

MK Innovates Festival.

The festival showcased Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics excellence in Milton Keynes on 11th October 2019.
Open University’s Health and Wellbeing Priority Research Area hosted a stand to showcase the breadth and depth of our research.
A few pictures posted here from the day.

Video Series

50 years since the OU started, we take a look at some of the exciting researches undertaking to help the vision of Walter Perry founding Vice Chancellor of the OU which was high quality research as much as to high quality teaching.

We have produced a series of short videos showcasing current Health and Wellbeing Research, which we hope will give greater visibility to the great work going on today. The first of which is below:

 

Video Series

Walter Perry the founding Vice Chancellor of the Open University had a vision for the university to be at the cutting edge of both education and research and was instrumental in ensuring that the OU engaged in research in Health and Wellbeing. 50 years on we take a look at some of the exciting work taking place today. ‘Walter was adamant that the university was committed to high-quality...

MK Innovates Festival

The festival showcased Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics excellence in Milton Keynes on 11th October 2019. Open University's Health and Wellbeing Priority Research Area hosted a stand to showcase the breadth and depth of our research. A few pictures posted here from the...

Early Career Research Grant awarded by the AHRC

Dr Victoria Newton, Senior Research Fellow, has been awarded an Early Career Research Grant by the AHRC for a project titled Reproductive Bodylore: the role of vernacular knowledge in women's contraceptive decision-making. The project draws together folklore studies and health research. An approach which is uniquely innovative and novel. The study of vernacular knowledge can tell us much about...

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