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Sussex-led international study looks at the life chances of migrants
11 June 2014
A Sussex geographer is leading a major project on the vulnerability of migrants who have moved to some of the world’s most pressured cities.
Fellowship boosts Sussex scientist’s brainpower research
5 June 2014
A Sussex scientist has received a prestigious fellowship for his world-class research in creating artificial brain networks.
Vision express: Professor’s new book gives quick insight into the eye
5 June 2014
Sussex Emeritus Professor Michael Land’s latest book sums up what is known – and still unknown - about our most important sensory organ.
Conference on ‘Mission Oriented Finance for Innovation: Rethinking risks and rewards’
21 May 2014
Professor Mariana Mazzucato, SPRU, is organizing a conference on Mission Oriented Finance for Innovation: Rethinking risks and rewards
Ian McEwan’s real and fictional past unite at campus discussion
19 May 2014
The living embodiment of one of his fictional creations as well as one of his former tutors were among the audience of famed novelist Ian McEwan.
Why the political world is focussed on India’s election results
15 May 2014
Dr Rekha Diwakar looks at the people and parties involved in the Indian parliamentary elections – and examines the likely outcomes for 16 May.
Females more resistant to lovemaking unless 'wined and dined' first, insect study shows
14 May 2014
Sussex biologist identifies what happens when generosity is replaced with brutality in insect courtship.
A sideshow, or a showdown? Sussex political experts examine the impact of the European elections
13 May 2014
Professors Aleks Szczerbiak and Paul Taggart predict the likely winners and losers and question just how ‘European’ the elections really are.
Green-energy community projects need better government backing
12 May 2014
Community-led sustainable energy projects are not taken seriously enough by the government, say University of Sussex researchers.