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Guantánamo ten years on – necessity or troublesome legacy?

10 January 2012

In 2002, the USA opened a detention camp at a military base on Cuba. It became synonymous with the controversial means used in the war on terror.


Sussex scientists discover first-ever bee ‘soldier’

9 January 2012

University of Sussex scientists working with researchers in Brazil have identified the first example of a ‘soldier’ bee.


A click up the Eighties: Archive’s digital project opens up our recent past to a wider audience

6 January 2012

The words and voices of ordinary people in 1980s Britain will form the basis of an exciting history teaching resource created at Sussex.


Europe in crisis – Sussex experts speak out

15 December 2011

The collapse of the Euro, a UK exit from Europe and the end of the coalition are all possible outcomes of the Euro crisis, say experts at Sussex.


Sussex and Cambridge help to share Newton treasures with the world

14 December 2011

The original works of Sir Isaac Newton have been made available to the world online thanks to a special project involving the University of Sussex.


New book by Sussex academic examines sex, gender and Cameron’s Conservatives

16 November 2011

The Conservatives have still to resolve policy difficulties around the role of women in the party, says a new book out this month.


From Band Aid to X-Factor: a history of the charity single

16 November 2011

Historian Dr Lucy Robinson, an expert on music and sub-culture in modern Britain, is currently researching the history of the charity single


Teenagers who "want to be famous" face poorer job prospects in later life

15 November 2011

Teenagers whose ambitions are mismatched with their educational expectations, higher unemployment, according to University of Sussex-led study.


Three new Research Briefings from the Community Innovation in Sustainable Energy (CISE) project.

9 November 2011

The Community Innovation in Sustainable Energy (CISE) project has recently launched three new Research Briefings. They are available on our project...


Follow the crowd – with help from leading psychologists

4 November 2011

Events around the world made 2011 the year of the crowd – from protests in the Middle East and London to festival culture and and crowd-sourcing.


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