Gavin Crewe, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Gavin Crewe

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison

Thomas Edison became a household name, earning him the title of ‘The Wizard of Menlo Park’, which was his own “invention factory”.

The Doppler Effect

The Doppler Effect

The Doppler Effect has played a significant part in many scientific areas such as astronomy and medicine, and has even been used as evidence for explaining the big bang theory.


The Impact Of AI On Marketing Roles

AI has helped to automate many functions within marketing, freeing up valuable time and resources for creativity and strategy.


Cities Of The Future

According to current predictions, more than two-thirds of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050.


Rivers: Earth’s Lifelines

Increased levels of harmful bacteria and pathogens can pose a threat to water quality and human health.


The Importance Of Viruses

Viruses are essential in order to maintain an ecological balance within our ecosystems.

Renewable energy

The Future Of Renewable Energy

The current grid infrastructure will need to be upgraded to handle the increase in complexity and variability of renewable energy generation.

Coral reefs

Will Coral Reefs Survive Climate Change?

Even small increases in ocean temperatures can cause coral to bleach, making it weaker and more prone to disease and physical damage.

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