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James Newton
Open University

I am a 30-something student, studying part time Maths and physics at the open university. As well as this I juggle a full time job and raising a small family.

please read my blog, documenting my study highs and lows, as well as anything else I find interesting! You can find my blog here,

www.ou-science-student.com 

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I’m going to start by giving you some detail of how the Apple Watch pre-order process went for me.

24 hours with the Apple Watch Black Sport

I’m going to start by giving you some detail of how the Apple Watch pre-order process went for me.

The Mars One mission has been widely reported in the media recently, mainly because those in charge have shortlisted the 200,000 initial applicants down to 100 candidates.

Mars? Thanks, but no thanks

The Mars One mission has been widely reported in the media recently, mainly because those in charge have shortlisted the 200,000 initial applicants down to 100 candidates.

This article is not going to go into the benefits of becoming a vegetarian, or lecture you about why you should become one - instead it will explain one scientific fact, which presents a nice, non-aggressive argument for not eating meat.

Here's why you should go veggie, according to science

This article is not going to go into the benefits of becoming a vegetarian, or lecture you about why you should become one - instead it will explain one scientific fact, which presents a nice, non-aggressive argument for not eating meat.

I have now been using my iPhone 6 Plus for four months - so how has it been for me?

Four months with the iPhone 6 Plus

I have now been using my iPhone 6 Plus for four months - so how has it been for me?

With tuition fees going through the roof and the government's apparent abandonment of any sort of help for us ordinary people, how on Earth can justifying university be possible?

Worried that you can't afford university? Forget the negativity and go

With tuition fees going through the roof and the government's apparent abandonment of any sort of help for us ordinary people, how on Earth can justifying university be possible?

As a first year Open University student I had a bowl of tomato soup sat on my kitchen windowsill for six weeks, collecting fungal particles for an experiment... much to the disgust of everyone in my flat.

Is an Open University degree good enough?

As a first year Open University student I had a bowl of tomato soup sat on my kitchen windowsill for six weeks, collecting fungal particles for an experiment... much to the disgust of everyone in my flat.

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