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If music be the food of love, play something complex

23 April 2014

Sussex psychology study supports Darwin's theory that music's primary function is sexual courtship.

Sussex economics lecturer interviewed by Swedish newspaper on school inspection research

8 April 2014

Swedish daily newspaper Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) has published an interview with Sussex Lecturer in Economics Dr Ifitikhar Hussain.

Personal stories and advances in research revealed at adoption centre launch

4 April 2014

A couple whos gift has helped to establish a research centre on child adoption described their "adoption journey" at a special launch of the centre.

Physicists create lightning in the race to develop quantum technology microchip

4 April 2014

Sussex physicists have invented a powerful new microchip that could be the key for developing next-generation super-fast computers.

SPRU professor to chair Government review of research assessment

3 April 2014

Professor James Wilsdon, SPRU, is to chair a Government review of the role of metrics in research assessment and management.

Dancing bees reveal why summer isn’t the season of plenty

2 April 2014

Summertime and the living is easy – but not for the hungry honey bee, new research from Sussex published today (Wednesday 2 April) reveals.

BSMS projects explore what young people think of medical research ethics

2 April 2014

A researcher in the Brighton and Sussex Medical School has led a project to explore what young people think about medical research involving children.

Sussex finance lecturer's new book praised by Nobel Prize winning economist

1 April 2014

Influential economist Professor Robert Solow has praised a new book by Dr Mike Osborne, Lecturer in Accounting and Finance.

Sussex lecturer directs film based on the work of French philosopher

31 March 2014

A lecturer in film production has directed Love in the Post, a film inspired by the book The Post Card by French philosopher Jacques Derrida.

Ground-breaking roundtable discusses how to cater for patient needs in China

31 March 2014

The Centre for Bionetworking organised a ground-breaking roundtable on patient needs in China, with stem cell therapies as one possible approach.

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