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‘Confusion and resistance’ slows down UK smart meter roll-out

18 September 2017

A new study by researchers at the University of Sussex explains why the smart meter roll-out in the UK has not met its targets.


Visiting Nobel scientists give advice to Sussex students

14 September 2017

The University of Sussex has welcomed not one but two Nobel Prize winning scientists to its Falmer campus this week.


Saul Becker starts in post as Deputy Vice-Chancellor

14 September 2017

Professor Saul Becker has taken up his post as Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Sussex, reporting to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adam Tickell.


A UK-EU free trade deal could cushion Brexit blow in certain sectors, research shows

14 September 2017

An FTA between the UK and the EU can retain benefits of the Single Market and Customs Union in some sectors but not to current levels.


Scientists discover a new way to control memory

13 September 2017

The workings of a ‘traffic light system’ in the brain, which plays a key role in how new memories are formed, have been detailed for the first time.


Largest child’s brain ever recorded helps scientists treat disease linked to autism and epilepsy

8 September 2017

Studies of the largest brain ever recorded in a child, discover genetic defect which causes a rare disease linked to overgrowth, autism and epilepsy.


World's toughest creatures should be used to inspire love of science in school pupils

8 September 2017

The world’s hardiest creatures should be used to stir up a love for biological discovery among school pupils


University of Sussex expert calls for Brexit to Revolutionise sustainable farming

8 September 2017

Brexit should be used as a once-in-a-generation opportunity to end industrialised farming in the UK


Sussex chemist and Nobel prizewinner features in Google Doodle

7 September 2017

Sir John Warcup Cornforth, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday today (7 September), is honoured with a Google Doodle.


New research disputes claims that climate change helped spark the Syrian civil war

7 September 2017

A new study shows that there is no sound evidence that global climate change was a factor in causing the Syrian civil war.


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