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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.


Spotlight on Dr Christiane Oedekoven

4 June 2018

Spotlight on Dr Christiane Oedekoven, Research Fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience at the School of Psychology


Gene test at birth could predict long-term risk of disease and NHS costs for individuals with eczema and asthma

1 June 2018

A BSMS study shows that a simple gene test could help predict the long-term risks for individuals with chronic conditions such as eczema and asthma.


Locating female folklore: Sussex conference to celebrate the role of women in folk

25 May 2018

Renowned folk singer Shirley Collins is to headline an event with a special reading of a new book and a Q & A.


One in three older adults experience harm from medicines

24 May 2018

Up to 37% of older patients experience medication-related harm following hospital discharge, shows a new study involving BSMS.


Sussex-Renmin Strategic Joint Fund makes first awards

22 May 2018

The first awards have been made for a new strategic joint fund to support collaborative research between Sussex and Renmin University of China.


International Partnership Transforming Innovation works to meet Sustainable Development Goals with new programme

17 May 2018

The Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) officially launches its core five year programme on 17th May 2018.


Revealed: why drug users prefer heroin at home, but cocaine while out

14 May 2018

University of Sussex research shows that response of brain and emotions to addictive drugs depends on both the setting and the substance of use.


Analysing the 2011 riots: Why the emotional impact extended far beyond the affected communities

10 May 2018

New research investigating the emotional effects of the 2011 riots in England has found that black neighbourhoods were particularly severely impacted.


House of Lords Committee report draws on SPRU research

4 May 2018

A report from the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee extensively cites research by SPRU Director of Research, Dr Michael Hopkins.


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