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Talking about a revolution: What's really happening in Iran?

25 June 2009

International Relations lecturer Dr Kamran Matin takes reviews the current crisis in Iran.

Mass Observation books take a peek at all our yesterdays

18 June 2009

A collection of books based on a unique archive at the University of Sussex has been re-issued by publishers Faber.

Student car’s the star at va va vroom! launch event

12 June 2009

Engineering students were lapping up the plaudits at the launch of their Formula Student racing car

Sussex ecologist to deliver Royal Institution’s Christmas lectures

11 June 2009

University of Sussex ecologist Professor Sue Hartley has been chosen to give this year's prestigious Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. The...

New study reveals the science of the faint-hearted

1 June 2009

New research has found that people who faint have a different brain anatomy to non-fainters.

Sussex biologist elected a Fellow of the Royal Society

26 May 2009

The UK's national academy of science has elected a University of Sussex scientist as a new Fellow of the Royal Society.

Bright outlook for poet’s award-winning debut collection

26 May 2009

University of Sussex creative writing lecturer launches her award-winning debut poetry collection.

Technology meets tradition to enhance farmers’ markets

22 May 2009

A new virtual technology project by University of Sussex researchers aims to enhance conversation at traditional farmers' markets.

University is a Good Egg for backing free-range policy

18 May 2009

The University of Sussex catering team wins a Compassion in World Farming award for only using free-range eggs.

Frog project spawns top honour for professor

14 May 2009

A Sussex ecologist has received the British Naturalists’ Association’s highest honour.

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