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CLOCK legal companions are now offering remote support for litigants in person

8 July 2020

The project trains students to assist litigants in person who do not have access to legal aid in the Family and County Court in Brighton and online.


Kids who get on best with mum and dad top the class in maths

8 July 2020

Progress in maths made by year 6 pupils with the most harmonious relationships was a third higher compared to peers with the least harmonious.


This Sussex Life: MSc student James Bowyer: “I loved being on the Sussex StartUp programme”

6 July 2020

James Bowyer developed his award-winning Reviso-ai, an online revision tool for students and researchers, while studying at Sussex.


University rises up global rankings

2 July 2020

The University of Sussex has risen up newly published global rankings in six academic subjects.


£1.5 million for research to help the public respond to mass emergencies

1 July 2020

Professor John Drury and colleagues from other universities have secured funding for two research projects to help societies respond to emergencies.


Sussex psychologist provides vital public information in the fight against Covid-19

24 June 2020

Professor John Drury has contributed an article towards the new ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’ website launched by UK Research & Innovation.


Mums doing lion’s share of childcare and home-learning during lockdown – even when both parents work

19 June 2020

Childcare responsibilities during lockdown are not being shared equally between working parents, psychologists at the University of Sussex have found.


Essay planning Startup Sussex winner joins Santander Emerging Entrepreneurs programme

29 May 2020

James Bowyer is taking part in the five-month virtual acceleration programme with his business, Reviso.ai.


Parents with degrees give their children significant advantage in maths

20 May 2020

Children of parents with a degree are almost a year of schooling ahead in maths by the age of 11 than peers whose parents have just GCSEs.


Researchers launch survey for UK undergraduates to assess impact of COVID-19 and help shape mental health services

19 May 2020

Starting university and transitioning from one year to the next can be exciting and challenging, but now COVID-19 brings additional challenges.


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