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Neonicotinoid pesticides linked to butterfly declines in the UK

24 November 2015

The use of neonicotinoid pesticides may be contributing to the decline of butterflies in the UK, according to new Sussex research.

University’s city shopfront now open

23 November 2015

The University of Sussex’s permanent city shopfront on Lewes Road has now opened.

Children preserve everyday objects in digital archive

20 November 2015

Toy animals, a pair of Dr Martens boots and a picture of One Direction are all part of a new digital archive created at the University of Sussex.

Sussex economist speaks on impacts of climate change on human welfare

19 November 2015

Human societies will soon start to experience adverse effects from manmade climate change, a University of Sussex economist has warned.

Seven minutes of meditation can reduce racial prejudice, study finds

19 November 2015

A popular meditation technique that’s intended to create feelings of kindness can also reduce prejudice, according to new Sussex research.

Security team win award for emergency response

16 November 2015

The campus Security team have been recognised for their co-ordinated response to a challenging emergency situation earlier this year.

Highly sensitive sensors successfully map electrical patterns of embryonic heart

10 November 2015

Highly sensitive sensors have been successfully used to map the electrical activity of the developing heart in embryos.

Sussex physicist among winners of international science prize

9 November 2015

A Sussex researcher is among 1,300 scientists, working on five neutrino experiments, to be awarded the $3m Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.

Comment: Albert Pierrepoint: a 'haunted hangman' and the death penalty today

9 November 2015

Fifty years ago this Sunday, Britain passed a law which brought an end to the death penalty for murder and consigned the noose to history.

Energy experts debate how communities can tackle the “silent killer” of fuel poverty

6 November 2015

A University of Sussex-led study on how local communities can tackle fuel poverty will be discussed at a public debate in Brighton next week.

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