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Seventh round of the Research Development Fund launched today

26 September 2016

The Research Development Fund is designed to develop activities enabling substantive external research proposals.

School of Business, Management and Economics launches student-business mentoring scheme

21 September 2016

The Sussex School of Business, Management and Economics has launched a scheme to train experienced managers from local businesses as mentors and...

Company secretary insight days

21 September 2016

DMJ  in partnership with ICSA: The Governance Institute are holding insight days for law and business students who would like to learn more...

British attachment to nuclear submarines drives bias towards nuclear power

21 September 2016

British Government attachments to nuclear submarines help drive a strong bias in UK energy policy in favour of nuclear power - new SPRU report.

Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say

19 September 2016

Biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical accidents suggests that nuclear power is an underappreciated extreme risk.

Hinkley approval “defies logic”, say energy experts

15 September 2016

Energy experts at the University of Sussex have criticised the Government’s decision to approve Britain’s first new nuclear power plant in 20 years.

Sussex introduces a new Academic Advising Framework and support materials from September 2016

13 September 2016

Minimum requirements have been introduced for undergraduate academic advising from September 2016.

Sussex and Brighton universities to co-host British Science Festival 2017

9 September 2016

The British Science Festival will take place in Brighton next year, for the first time in more than 30 years. It was last held in the city in 1983.

Poorest countries stand to lose up to €385 million annually without UK trade deals post-Brexit

9 September 2016

Developing countries risk losing up to €385 million (£323 million) if their current access to the UK market is not maintained following Brexit.

Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) sets out to redefine innovation policy as it marks its 50th year

8 September 2016

New Global Consortium on innovation set to address global challenges launched by SPRU at its 50th Anniversary Conference

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