245 Free Online Courses in Science, Maths & Technology

OpenLearn is a fantastic offering from the Open University, one of the biggest online learning communities across the world. If you have an interest in Science, maths or technology, there’s a huge amount of courses that will be of interest to you in this list. Happy learning!

  1. Achieving public dialogue
  2. Addiction and neural ageing
  3. Alcohol and human health
  4. Analysing skid marks
  5. Analytical science: Secrets of the Mary Rose
  6. Babylonian mathematics
  7. Basic science: understanding experiments
  8. Basic science: understanding numbers
  9. The Big Bang
  10. Biofuels
  11. Birth of a drug
  12. BSE and vCJD: Their biology and management
  13. Can renewable energy power the world?
  14. Cell signalling
  15. Comparing stars
  16. Complex numbers
  17. Computers and computer systems
  18. Creating musical sounds
  19. Crossing the boundary – analogue universe, digital worlds
  20. Data and processes in computing
  21. The database development life cycle
  22. Describing motion along a lineDesign
  23. Design thinking
  24. Designing the user interface: Text, colour, images, moving images and sound
  25. Detecting Down’s syndrome in the unborn fetus
  26. Developing modelling skills
  27. Diabetes care
  28. Diabetes complications
  29. Diagramming for development 1 – Bounding realities
  30. Diagramming for development 2 – Exploring interrelationships
  31. Diagrams, charts and graphs
  32. Differential equations
  33. Digital communications
  34. Distributed paradigms
  35. Drug development process: combating pain
  36. Early development
  37. Earth’s physical resources: petroleum
  38. Earthquakes
  39. Effective ways of displaying information
  40. Egyptian mathematics
  41. Energy resources: Alternative energy in perspective
  42. Energy resources: An introduction to energy resources
  43. Energy resources: Coal
  44. Energy resources: Geothermal energy
  45. Energy resources: Hydropower
  46. Energy resources: Nuclear energy
  47. Energy resources: Solar energy
  48. Energy resources: Tidal energy
  49. Energy resources: Water quality
  50. Energy resources: Wave energy
  51. Energy resources: Wind energy
  52. Engineering: The challenge of temperature
  53. Engineering: The nature of problems
  54. Epidemiology: An introduction
  55. Eutrophication
  56. The evolving Universe
  57. Experiences of learning mathematics
  58. Exploring data: Graphs and numerical summaries
  59. Exploring distance time graphs
  60. Extending water resources
  61. Finding information in information technology and computing
  62. Finding information in mathematics and statistics
  63. Finding information in science and nature
  64. Finding information in technology
  65. First-order differential equations
  66. Forensic science and fingerprints
  67. The frozen planet
  68. Future energy demand and supply
  69. Galaxies, stars and planets
  70. Gene manipulation in plants
  71. Gene testing
  72. Gene therapy
  73. Geological processes in the British Isles
  74. Geometry
  75. Global water resources
  76. Groundwater
  77. Groups and teamwork
  78. Health and safety in the laboratory and field
  79. Hearing
  80. ICTs in everyday life
  81. ICTs: device to device communication
  82. ICTs: e-government
  83. ICTs: Information
  84. ICTs: Technology news
  85. Icy bodies: Europa and elsewhere
  86. Imaging in medicine
  87. Influenza: A case study
  88. Information on the web
  89. Inheritance of characters
  90. Innovation through representation
  91. Integrated safety, health and environmental management: An introduction
  92. Interpreting data: Boxplots and tables
  93. Intracellular transport
  94. Introducing engineering
  95. Introducing ICT systems
  96. Introduction to active galaxies
  97. An introduction to complex numbers
  98. Introduction to computational thinking
  99. Introduction to computer forensics and investigations
  100. Introduction to cyber security
  101. An introduction to data and information
  102. An introduction to e-commerce and distributed applications
  103. Introduction to ecosystems
  104. Introduction to finite element analysis
  105. Introduction to forensic engineering
  106. Introduction to histology
  107. Introduction to histopathology
  108. An introduction to information security
  109. Introduction to microscopy
  110. An introduction to minerals and rocks under the microscope
  111. Introduction to polymers
  112. An introduction to software development
  113. Introduction to structural integrity
  114. An introduction to sustainable energy
  115. Invention and innovation: An introduction
  116. Iron transport and storage
  117. James Clerk Maxwell
  118. John Napier
  119. Jupiter and its moons
  120. Key skill assessment unit: Information literacy
  121. Key skill assessment unit: Information technology
  122. Key skills assessment unit: Application of number
  123. Language, notation and formulas
  124. Learning, thinking and doing
  125. Living with diabetes
  126. Living with the internet: Keeping it safe
  127. Living with the internet: learning online
  128. Living with the Internet: Online shopping
  129. Living without oil
  130. Machines, minds and computers
  131. The making of individual differences
  132. Managing Complexity: A Systems Approach
  133. Managing complexity: A systems approach – introduction
  134. Manufacturing
  135. Mathematical language
  136. Maths everywhere
  137. Maths for Science
  138. Maths for science and technology
  139. Meiosis and mitosis
  140. Microbes – friend or foe?
  141. Microelectronic solutions for digital photography
  142. Migration
  143. Minerals and the crystalline state
  144. The MMR vaccine: Public health, private fears
  145. Modelling displacements and velocities
  146. Modelling heat transfer
  147. Modelling object-oriented software – an introduction
  148. Modelling static problems
  149. Modelling with first order differential equations
  150. Modelling with Fourier series
  151. Models and modelling
  152. The molecular world
  153. The Moon
  154. Moons
  155. Moons alumni forum
  156. More working with charts, graphs and tables
  157. Motion under gravity
  158. Mountain building in Scotland
  159. Natural intelligence
  160. Network security
  161. Nucleic acids and chromatin
  162. Number systems
  163. Numbers, units and arithmetic
  164. Numbers: An introduction to subtraction
  165. Numbers: Getting to grips with division
  166. Nutrition: Proteins
  167. Nutrition: vitamins and minerals
  168. Obesity: Balanced diets and treatment
  169. The oceans
  170. An overview of active galaxies
  171. Pain and Aspirin
  172. People-centred designing
  173. Personal development planning for engineering
  174. Plate Tectonics
  175. Potable water treatment
  176. Practising science: Reading the rocks and ecology
  177. Predictive medicine
  178. Preparing for your digital life in the 21st Century
  179. Presenting information
  180. Prices
  181. Proteins
  182. Protocols in multi-service networks
  183. Public health approaches to infectious disease
  184. Ratio, proportion and percentages
  185. Real functions and graphs
  186. Representing and manipulating data in computers
  187. The restless Universe
  188. Revolutions in sound recording
  189. Rounding and estimation
  190. Safari – skills accessing, finding and reviewing information
  191. Scattering and tunnelling
  192. Science promotion
  193. Seeing the light
  194. Social issues and GM crops
  195. Software development for enterprise systems
  196. Sound for music technology: An introduction
  197. Squares, roots and powers
  198. Starting with maths: Patterns and formulas
  199. Structural devices
  200. Structural materials in cells
  201. Succeed with maths – Part 1
  202. Succeed with maths – Part 2
  203. The Sun
  204. Superconductivity
  205. Surface water
  206. Surfaces
  207. Symmetry
  208. Systems diagramming
  209. Systems engineering: Challenging complexity
  210. Systems modelling
  211. Systems practice: Managing sustainability
  212. Systems thinking and practice
  213. Systems thinking: Understanding sustainability
  214. Tay Bridge disaster
  215. Technology Evaluation
  216. Telescopes and spectrographs
  217. Test kits for water analysis
  218. Themes and theories for working in virtual project teams
  219. Theories in Technology
  220. Evaluation
  221. The three-way catalytic converter
  222. A tour of the cell
  223. Transport and sustainability
  224. Unclear about nuclear?
  225. Understanding cardiovascular diseases
  226. Using a computer for study
  227. Using a scientific calculator
  228. Using vectors to model
  229. Vaccination
  230. Vectors and conics
  231. Visualisation: Visual representations of data and information
  232. Volcanic hazards
  233. Watching the weather
  234. Water and human health
  235. Water in the UK
  236. Water use and the water cycle
  237. Web guide
  238. What chemical compounds might be present in drinking water?
  239. What do genes do?
  240. What is the genome made of?
  241. Why sustainable energy matters
  242. Working mathematically
  243. Working on your own mathematics
  244. Working with charts, graphs and tables
  245. Working with diagrams

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