Intensive rainfall in East Africa can bring widespread flooding but may be instrumental in replenishing vital groundwater supplies, says new research.
Intensive rainfall in East Africa can bring widespread flooding but may be instrumental in replenishing vital groundwater supplies.
The University is to make a repayment to international students who have continued their studies at Sussex in 2012-13.
Academic staff are preparing for a trial run this term ahead of Sussex’s submission next year to the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
One of the six research themes has been given a new name: the Citizenship and Democratisation theme has just become Security and Social Justice.
Why do as many as 30 per cent of people living in the path of a dangerous hurricane ignore calls to evacuate and decide to stay at home instead?
Professor Beate Jahn's Theory Talk #50 on the State of Nature, Liberalism’s Other, and Classical Theory in International Relations is now online.
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.
The Academy of Social Sciences is to confer Professors Richard Black (Human Geography) and Valerie Hey (Education) with the award of Academician.
Brighton’s two universities have joined forces to organise one of the biggest careers fairs in the region.