Author Christine Drabwell

Christine works in the Media Relations team within the Communications Unit at The Open University. She is an experienced BBC journalist, sub-editor and news editor and has a background in regional newspapers. After moving to PR she worked as a press officer for the Zoological Society of London. She has a BSc in Social Sciences with Politics from The Open University and focuses on stories from the Faculty of Social Science and widening access in HE. Chris swims regularly and has a pet Tortoise called Lightning.

Microbiology Society accolade for OU student

An OU student has scooped a top prize for his achievements in microbiology. Michael Howard, 62, from Worcestershire, has been awarded the Undergraduate Microbiology Prize by…

Professor Hans Rosling
Is this the answer to ending extreme poverty?

Internationally-renowned statistician Professor Hans Rosling asks whether it’s possible to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030 in a one-hour BBC programme made in partnership with The Open…

CGI image of baby in a womb. Image credit: BDH for The BBC
The story of how human life is made

100 Trillion cells. 280 days. One human life. The person you are was decided before you were even born. Countdown to Life: The Extraordinary Making of…

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