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First awards made under new International Research Partnerships and Network Fund

18 February 2015

Sussex Research and the International Office have made two awards in the first round of the International Research Partnerships and Network Fund.


Next generation of dementia scientists to explore genetic risk of Alzheimer’s

5 February 2015

A gene that increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by up to 10 times will be the focus of a new research centre launched today at Sussex.


University of Sussex unveils £10k scholarships for postgrads

28 January 2015

The University of Sussex has more than tripled its top scholarships for postgraduates to £10,000 for the 2015-16 academic year.


Research Opportunities Fund: open for applications

20 January 2015

The Research Opportunities Fund is designed to provide funds for faculty to stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas, themes and synergies.


Opinions on the new 'Understanding psychosis and schizophrenia' (2014) report.

15 January 2015

Since the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) has published the new psychosis and schizophrenia report there has...


Can fish oils prevent psychosis?

11 December 2014

Young people at risk of developing psychosis who took a high dose of omega-3 fish oil for 12 weeks were less likely to develop psychosis.


Changing the way we think about psychosis: A report from British Psychological Society

3 December 2014

On 27th November 2014, British Psychological Society (BPS) published a report titled: Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia: Why people...


Nature vs. nurture in schizophrenia. A new parasite-schizophrenia connection.

27 November 2014

New research from Professor Gary Smith, University of Pennsylvania, may contribute to our understandings of biological causes of...


Dogs listen to our words, not just our voices, says Sussex study

26 November 2014

Dog owners often claim their pets understand everything they say. Now a new Sussex study shows that dogs process human speech in a similar way to us.


Training can lead to synaesthetic experiences, study shows

18 November 2014

A Sussex study has shown how people can be trained to “see” letters of the alphabet as colours in a way that simulates synaesthesia.


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