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An insider guide to the upcoming Festival of Doctoral Research

21 June 2018

The three-day programme of events runs from 26-28 June.


Sussex highlights importance of UN Sustainable Development Goals in Parliament

21 June 2018

The Sussex Sustainability Research Programme has held an event in Parliament, to highlight the importance of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.


The mental health of doctoral researchers

20 June 2018

A conversation with Dr Cassie Hazell and Dr Clio Berry


Brighton & Hove: where do they get their energy from?

15 June 2018

200 years after the city's first energy company was founded, an event will explore how future energy policy can benefit those in Brighton and beyond.


Life, camera, action: Richard Attenborough papers open to the public at University of Sussex archive

11 June 2018

Richard Attenborough’s vast personal and professional archive at the University of Sussex reveals a priceless history of 20th-century British cinema.


Sussex Library comes to life for ‘Living Library’ event

7 June 2018

The shelves of Sussex’s Library are coming to life as part of the Doctoral School’s ‘Living Library’, a reading experience like no other.


Brighton study team wins national research award

7 June 2018

A team of BSMS researchers have been recognised by the Royal College of Physicians for their work to improve care for patients with liver disease.


Distracted people can be ‘smell blind’

5 June 2018

Inattentional smell blindness’, or inattentional anosmia, has been proven to exist in a study from the University of Sussex.


Sussex scientists observe ghostly antiparticles that could unlock secrets of the universe

5 June 2018

University of Sussex physicists part of global NOvA experiment, which announces new results


Online information on vaccines and autism not always reliable, BSMS study shows

5 June 2018

Research at Brighton and Sussex Medical School has found that online health information can be unreliable - based on old, ‘weak’ scientific studies.


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