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Horses can read our body language, even when they don't know us

2 November 2017

Horses can tell the difference between dominant and submissive body postures in humans, according to a Sussex-led study.


New initiative by religious groups provides safe passage to vulnerable refugees

31 October 2017

University of Sussex policy briefing on Humanitarian Corridors – a new way of helping vulnerable refugees that is gaining momentum in Europe.


New report shows that inaction on climate change has ‘jeopardised human life’

31 October 2017

New research shows that the human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and the delayed response over the past 25 yrs has jeopardised human life.


How going greener can make Sussex a "beacon of best practice"

30 October 2017

The University's Go Greener initiative is an opportunity to lead by example, energy experts agree.


Albion Chair opens new scanner suite to bring research and care “into the premiership”

27 October 2017

The Chairman of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club, Tony Bloom, has opened a new scanning facility on the Sussex campus.


Sussex neuroscientist recognised as rising star of research by Leverhulme Awards

19 October 2017

A researcher at the School of Life Sciences has been awarded a highly prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize.


Three-quarters of insect population have been lost in nature reserves over three decades

18 October 2017

The loss of bees, butterflies and other flying insects from within protected nature reserves has been even more severe than previously feared.


Liquid metal brings soft robotics a step closer

17 October 2017

Scientists have invented a way to morph liquid metal into physical shapes.


Research shows links between civil and military nuclear in UK

16 October 2017

Previously unacknowledged links identified between the UK’s military nuclear submarine activities and civil new build agendas


‘No deal’ Brexit tariffs could mean millions of households facing price rises of over £500 a year

16 October 2017

Lower-income households would be disproportionately affected should the UK revert to WTO tariffs, reveals the UKTPO and the Resolution Foundation.


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