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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...


Expert on information systems wins European Research Paper of the Year award

30 June 2016

Prof Susan Newell has jointly won an award for research into the effect of users' emotions on the adoption of IT systems.


£1 million boost for fungicide research in University’s first Industrial Partnership Award

13 June 2016

Professor Tony Moore has been awarded over £1 million for research into the development of novel fungicides.


University of Sussex starts selling disease-resistant “hygienic” honey bee queens to UK beekeepers

20 May 2016

Scientists working at the Laboratory of Apiculture & Social Insects have set up a research spin-off business.


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...


Sussex ranked highly among top European centres for research in economics

27 April 2016

The Sussex School of Business, Management and Economics has been placed among the top European centres for research in economics in a...


Start-ups lose faith in London after just 12 months

29 July 2015

Start-up firms fall out of love with London after just twelve months, according to research from Sussex Innovation Croydon.


Sussex in UK’s top 25 in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015

22 September 2014

The University of Sussex has been ranked 17th in the UK for research in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015


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.


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