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Fake news – It’s older than you think!

21 March 2017

A Sussex historian is to reveal how 'fake news' was alive and well more than 400 years ago, after being selected for a BBC scheme.

Sussex Drug Discovery Centre & ReViral reach clinical trial with ‘game changer’ lung virus treatment

21 March 2017

Collaboration between scientists has led to the development of a drug aimed at treating people suffering from respiratory syncytial virus.

Asa Briggs Visiting Fellows for 2017 announced

20 March 2017

Seven Asa Briggs Visiting Fellowship awards have been made to a prestigious group of international academics and Sussex faculty.

The Sussex Mindfulness Research Project keeping student health and well-being in mind

14 March 2017

Sussex students are invited to take part in new research to examine the impact of mindfulness practices on health and well-being.

Teachers blame EBacc for decline in Music student numbers

9 March 2017

Research from the School of Education and Social Work involved over 700 secondary schools in England.

"Gateway to the underworld crater" is helping scientists map the Earth’s climate history

7 March 2017

Crater is home to permafrost which has helped to preserve ancient soils for thousands of years.

Sussex scientists pinpoint sensory links between autism and synaesthesia

7 March 2017

New research finds similarities between the two conditions and suggests how they might be much more closely associated than previously thought.

Sussex academics to explore past lives of the BBC in major five-year project

6 March 2017

A major new project that will tell the story of the BBC directly through the voices of the people who worked there has been announced today.

Sussex launches first Helena Normanton International Postdoctoral Fellowships

2 March 2017

Two new, fully funded, two-year Fellowships aim to bring the most promising researchers to Sussex.

Sound-shaping super-material invented

27 February 2017

A super-material that bends, shapes and focuses sound waves that pass through it has been invented by scientists.

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