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School community comes together to celebrate a year of achievement at the BMEc Awards 2015

23 April 2015

The 2015 BMEc Awards - held for the first time off-campus at the Amex on Thursday 16 April - was our biggest and best yet, attracting...


New article explores variance in indivduals' wellbeing, measured by smartphone app

21 April 2015

Dr George MacKerron (Lecturer in the Economics of Environment, Energy and Climate Change) has co-written a new article exploring changes in its...


Internal funding available: International Research Partnerships and Networks Fund

8 April 2015

Sussex Research and the International Office have just launched the second round of the IRPN, which is open to all Research Centres.


Weekend opening of GP surgeries can solve A&E overcrowding, says Sussex study

1 April 2015

Overcrowding in A&E departments would be much less serious if patients had better access to GPs, according to a new study by two Sussex economists.


Being popular at school pays as an adult, finds Sussex study

31 March 2015

Children who make lots of friends at school go on to earn higher salaries, according to a study by Sussex economists.


Two fully-funded PhD studentships are available at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand. Sept 2015 entry

31 March 2015

Applications are now being taken for two new, fully-funded PhD positions at the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand (CIED)


Sussex economists present new work on Global Value Chains in New Delhi

25 March 2015

In March 2015, two Sussex economists presented collaborative work on how to support India’s low but rising engagement in Global Value...


BBC ‘Apprentice’ finalist crowns Sussex’s top young entrepreneur

25 March 2015

Chris O’Hare is the University’s top young entrepreneur, beating more than 50 opponents to win the 2015 StartUp Sussex award.


Analysis: Can a 2% pay rise motivate top teachers?

19 March 2015

The secretary of state for education, Nicky Morgan, has agreed to allow a 2% pay rise for top-performing teachers in the UK.


Special seminar by Dr R Hiteva: 'Smart cities – integration junctions for networked urban infrastructures?'

6 March 2015

Ralitsa Hiteva was invited to Lancaster University to give a presentation for a special seminar on 'Urban infrastructure in a changing world'.


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