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Sussex scientists observe ghostly antiparticles that could unlock secrets of the universe

5 June 2018

University of Sussex physicists part of global NOvA experiment, which announces new results


Online information on vaccines and autism not always reliable, BSMS study shows

5 June 2018

Research at Brighton and Sussex Medical School has found that online health information can be unreliable - based on old, ‘weak’ scientific studies.


Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts launch autumn season

5 June 2018

The ACCA autumn programme contains a distinctive mix of music, digital installation, performance, unique film screenings, discussion and debate.


Outreach at the beach: University of Sussex to bring science to the seaside

1 June 2018

A dozen female scientists will be stepping on to their soapbox for the second ever Soapbox Science event to deliver talks on their area of expertise.


Student's 'floating farm' could help prevent future food crisis

31 May 2018

A University of Sussex product design student has created environmentally friendly sea rafts with a self-watering system for plants.


International trade policy expert speaks to NATO

31 May 2018

L. Alan Winters, Director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory, provided an overview to NATO of the barriers to free international trade.


New mums’ voices get lower after pregnancy, shows a University of Sussex study

30 May 2018

Voice drops after pregnancy by one piano note, and lasts for a year.


Raising the baa: University of Sussex student design could become new Shaun the Sheep toy

25 May 2018

Product design students have had the unique opportunity of pitching toy design concepts to the Oscar®-winning studio Aardman.


Locating female folklore: Sussex conference to celebrate the role of women in folk

25 May 2018

Renowned folk singer Shirley Collins is to headline an event with a special reading of a new book and a Q & A.


One in three older adults experience harm from medicines

24 May 2018

Up to 37% of older patients experience medication-related harm following hospital discharge, shows a new study involving BSMS.


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