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Study reveals link between chronic childhood illness and later life mental health problems

4 May 2017

Sussex research finds evidence to suggest that the effect of chronic physical illness in childhood persists long after childhood and adolescence.


Sussex research reveals the addictive potential of a drug legally available in the UK and other countries

28 April 2017

A study into the anti-inflammatory drug Benzydamine (Difflam®) reveals its addictive properties.


Sussex academic helps bring Nashe’s ‘Terrors of the Night’ to the Globe

26 April 2017

Candlelit performance is part of the Globe’s Read not Dead series and linked to research into the famed Elizabethan author


Film by Sussex student to open Sheffield Doc/Fest

26 April 2017

Premiere of Queerama explores the relationships of gay men and women through 100 years of BFI Archive footage


Using video-based methods in organizational research

25 April 2017

A special research seminar examined the potential and challenges of video-based methods in organizational research.


£1.5 million Biological Imaging Centre investment to drive vital cancer & neuroscience research

25 April 2017

New Biological Imaging Centre receives major £1.5 million investment from the prestigious Wolfson Foundation.


Tracey Fuller wins prestigious national Counselling Research Award

20 April 2017

Education Teaching Fellow and doctoral researcher, Tracey Fuller, is the winner of a new and prestigious national counselling research award.


First evidence for higher state of consciousness found

19 April 2017

Scientific evidence of a ‘higher’ state of consciousness has been found in a study led by the University of Sussex.


CORTH Event - Professor Chris McKevitt Presents: ‘The Translational Urge in the English Health Economy’

13 April 2017

FORTHCOMING CORTH EVENT Date: Friday 28th April 2017  Professor Chris McKevitt (Professor of Social Science & Health, King’s...


Sussex professor appointed Research Director at UK’s oldest economics research institute

10 April 2017

Professor Peter Dolton has been appointed Research Director at the National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR).


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