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Erosion research at iconic St Paul’s shows benefit of declining pollution levels

11 October 2012

St Paul’s Cathedral is safer from pollution than it has been since it was built 300 years ago – but it might turn green in the future.


Benghazi killings: What’s happening in Libya and beyond?

14 September 2012

A film mocking the prophet Mohammad is said to have led to the tragic attack on the US consulate in Libya and others on embassies in the Middle East.


Geography has a new head of department

1 August 2012

Dr Cherith Moses took on her new role on 1st August.   Cherith will be in the post for 3 years, and follows Dr Julian Murton whose tenure...


University of Sussex English professor meets his ‘maker’ at gold medal ceremony

18 July 2012

Novelist Ian McEwan was presented yesterday (16 July) with a University of Sussex gold medal by a member of faculty he ‘created’.


Human tapestry of city life revealed in Sussex research-inspired play

6 July 2012

A project led by Sussex migration expert Dr Ben Rogaly is celebrated in a new play telling the diverse stories of the inhabitants of an English city.


Sussex wins funding to bring environmental research back down to earth

12 June 2012

Geographers at Sussex have been awarded funding for projects that look to the soil for a better understanding of our impact on the environment.


Publish and be damned? Sussex debates the bird flu research controversy

15 May 2012

Should scientists researching bird flu be censored?


Africa research explores the complex influence of changes in climate upon migration

14 March 2012

Governments need to take multiple factors into account if they are to plan for population displacement as a result of drought, new research reveals.


University of Sussex to help developing economies move towards low carbon energy

13 January 2012

University of Sussex academics are helping the Government to launch a new network to link British energy experts to those in developing economies.


Talking about a resolution – is intervention in Libya justified?

24 March 2011

As hostilities continue in Libya, the world is waiting to see whether international intervention will help to resolve the conflict.


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