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New £5.3 million grant awarded to the Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium

23 May 2016

SPRU is part of a new major research programme exploring the future of infrastructures for energy, transport, water and waste in the UK and abroad.


Students and staff celebrate success at fourth annual BMEc awards

16 May 2016

Students and staff from the School of Business, Management and Economics (BMEc) celebrated a year of achievement at the fourth annual BMEc...


Sussex accounting expert hosts debate on implications of EU referendum for the South East

13 May 2016

Sussex Teaching Fellow in Accounting Susan Smith - acting in her role as Deputy President of the South Eastern Society of Chartered...


Sussex Trading Society win OSTC trading competition

11 May 2016

The Sussex Trading Society have won an annual competition which pits them against Brighton students in a two-month trading simulation.


SPRU researchers run International Social Science Council-funded sustainability workshop in Argentina

11 May 2016

Researchers from SPRU - Science Policy Research Unit travelled to Buenos Aires in April 2016 to run the opening workshop of the Pathways...


Report on research income places Sussex among UK’s top business schools

11 May 2016

A report published by the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) on the annual research income of UK business schools ranks the...


Edible insects on the menu at Brighton Fringe event

11 May 2016

Bugs will be on the menu at this year’s Brighton Fringe Festival as experts debate the future of food.


Sussex researchers launch Future of Work Hub

10 May 2016

A group of researchers from the Sussex Department of Business and Management have launched the Future of Work Research Hub, a new centre...


Sexy ideas won’t slow climate change if people don’t buy in and buy them

10 May 2016

Governments and researchers need to remember that the most sophisticated endeavours won’t work if they’re not adopted.


Industry collaboration and consumer pressure are key to stopping the trade of ‘conflict minerals’, report finds

10 May 2016

Trade of conflict minerals could be stopped if firms collaborated and if there was more pressure from consumers, a new Sussex report argues.


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