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University of Sussex announces new charity partnership with Surfers Against Sewage
University of Sussex releases plan to become one of world’s most sustainable universities
Researchers launch annual survey to monitor health of Sussex seabed following trawler ban
New strategy to attract world class talent and put people at heart of R&D
Sussex academics respond to UK’s Transport Decarbonisation Plan
UK food policy needs much greater diversity to deal with future shocks
Sussex mathematicians develop ground-breaking modelling toolkit to predict local COVID-19 impact
Mathematicians develop ground-breaking modelling toolkit to predict local COVID-19 impact
Former Apprentice contestant whose next big thing is electric cars
Research reveals structure of nanomachine that assembles a cell’s energy control system
Inking outside box: £2 million boost for printable nanomaterial tech
UK-Australia trade deal boost to Australia exports six times higher than impact on UK exports
Scientists Unveil New Sound Blind Which Reduces Noise While Allowing Air To Flow Freely
19 Argentines received Chevening scholarships in 2020
Ensuring new technology is designed to help meet global climate targets
Researchers call for greater support of African neuroscience research after two-decade analysis
Batagay Megaslump reveals oldest permafrost in Eurasia survived intense global warming events
Two decade analysis of African neuroscience research prompts calls for greater support
UK builds first modular quantum brain sensor and records signal
Trapping DNA damage
Judith Good appointed professor of Human Factors in Internet of Things
Harrowing reality of life as an LGBTIQ+ refugee: Brighton exhibition set to open
University of Exeter to play a key role in new £20 million industrial decarbonisation centre
Alzheimer’s research ‘world first’: blood oxygen levels could explain why memory loss is an early symptom
University to play key role at new research centre at forefront of UK industrial decarbonisation ambitions
Do some sounds make your skin crawl? If so, scientists want to hear from you
Institute of Technology proposals take a step forward
Women with a ‘sweet tooth’ more in tune with their bodies – new study
Ministers urged to relax Apprenticeship Levy rules and release billions to support young people into employment
Learning on fly: Computational model demonstrates similarity in how humans and insects learn
Fieldwork begins on £1.9 million Innovate Project looking at safeguarding risks outside home
Old wines tale: Economists dispel myth second cheapest on restaurant wine list is biggest rip-off
Economic Reactivation Needs Productive, Fiscal and Institutional Structural Reforms to Move Towards an Inclusive and Sustainable
Imperial’s Covid-19 Response Team: support for India during second wave
Dalai Lama and 100 nobel laureates endorse Sussex academic’s fossil fuel treaty proposal
Does your cat feel empathy for you? A new study aims to find out
‘Polluter elite’ should be UK climate policy target, finds report led by Sussex academic
Power of pack: how crowd-sourcing is future for animal behaviour research
Study finds rapid evolution in foxgloves pollinated by hummingbirds
Ever wondered what red foxes eat? There’s a database for that
Home improvers and influencers vital to achieving UK net zero domestic heating targets
Eco-law: University of Sussex launches environmental justice law clinic
UK society picks up unpaid £110 billion tab from energy industry every year
Consumers will condemn activist brands if they cannot prove moral competency when challenging freedom of speech
DNA damage “hot spots” discovered within neurons
Call for Government commitment to close ethnicity data gap exacerbated by Covid-19
Scotland’s pursuit of low carbon future restricted by UK national security objectives
Greater flexibility should continue beyond Covid for children with SEND