A film mocking the prophet Mohammad is said to have led to the tragic attack on the US consulate in Libya and others on embassies in the Middle East.
Scientists from Sussex have been awarded Government funding to help villagers in Papua New Guinea protect their country’s precious rainforest.
SPRU PhD graduate Bjoern Jindra has received the 2012 Best Doctoral Dissertation award from the European Association of Comparative Economics Studies.
A Sussex neuroscientist has come up with a radical new approach in the pursuit of our understanding of consciousness.
Dr Daniel Bor, author of 'The Ravenous Brain', has come up with a radical new approach in the pursuit of our understanding of consciousness.
Banking scandals, pension frauds, tax evasion, MPs' expenses - tales of corruption always make big news, but what is its real impact?
Work by tomorrow’s media stars will feature in the University of Sussex MA degree show for media and film – called Stories and Spaces.
Prof. Jim Watson's contribution to 'Complex new world: Translating new economic thinking into public policy' can now be read online.
The death mask of Frederick Delius is one of the items on display at the Royal Albert Hall in an exhibition curated by art historian Alexandra Loske.
Five events organised by the SEI will assess the risks and opportunities that may make the difference between progress and decline in Europe.