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Horses can read our body language, even when they don't know us

2 November 2017

Horses can tell the difference between dominant and submissive body postures in humans, according to a Sussex-led study.


Action needed to tackle misogyny and gender hate online, say academics

1 November 2017

Experts are gathering at the University of Sussex this week for a two-day conference debating misogyny and gender hate online.


Solving of a decade-long mystery could help in fight against TB

1 November 2017

Scientists have solved a decade-old mystery that could lead to the development of earlier treatments for one of the world’s deadliest diseases.


New initiative by religious groups provides safe passage to vulnerable refugees

31 October 2017

University of Sussex policy briefing on Humanitarian Corridors – a new way of helping vulnerable refugees that is gaining momentum in Europe.


New report shows that inaction on climate change has ‘jeopardised human life’

31 October 2017

New research shows that the human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and the delayed response over the past 25 yrs has jeopardised human life.


How going greener can make Sussex a "beacon of best practice"

30 October 2017

The University's Go Greener initiative is an opportunity to lead by example, energy experts agree.


Albion Chair opens new scanner suite to bring research and care “into the premiership”

27 October 2017

The Chairman of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, Tony Bloom, has opened a new scanning facility on the Sussex campus.


Finding the UK’s favourite nature book

26 October 2017

Land Lines, a major new research project, is asking people across the UK to help find the nation’s favourite book about the natural world.


University students and staff spruce up Brighton street

25 October 2017

Students and staff from the University of Sussex spruced up a popular street in central Brighton today (Wednesday 25 October).


Sussex physicists have breakthrough on brittle smartphone screens

25 October 2017

A new ‘potato stamp’ technique combining silver and graphene may create cheaper, more flexible and eco-friendly screens.


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