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Three Sussex academics made Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

13 October 2017

Justin Rosenberg, Andrew Sanders and Cynthia Weber are among 69 social scientists who have been made Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.


Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium (TIPC) extended to five-year programme

10 October 2017

A major international initiative based at the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) will be extended, agree Consortium partners at inaugural conference.


Helga steps into Barbie’s world to see how she measures up

3 October 2017

Psychologist Dr Helga Dittmar joins shopping guru Mary Portas on Channel Four tonight (3 October) to talk about the world's most iconic doll.


Sussex Innovation Centre turns 21 with ‘open house’ party

2 October 2017

The Sussex Innovation Centre celebrated its 21st birthday by showcasing some of the ground-breaking University of Sussex research that it supports.


Sussex and Tokyo Tech work together to provide a world-class student experience

29 September 2017

Universities agree partnership to internationalise professional services and explore co-operation on education and research.


SSRP Research Bazaar to take place on World Food Day

27 September 2017

The first Sussex Sustainability (SSRP) Research Bazaar will take place on World Food Day, Monday 16th October.   The purpose of the...


New research disputes claims that climate change helped spark the Syrian civil war

7 September 2017

A new study shows that there is no sound evidence that global climate change was a factor in causing the Syrian civil war.


SPRU launches £1.5m Deep Transitions programme

7 September 2017

The Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) receives substantial donation from investment management firm Baillie Gifford for research on Deep Transitions


From postcode rivals to riot partners: the psychology of the 2011 rioters explained

5 September 2017

A new study on the psychology of rioting explains how postcode rivalries dissipated and rioters formed new allegiances during the 2011 riots.


The common herb that could bring bees buzzing to your garden

1 September 2017

Unlike parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, wild marjoram missed out on a role in the classic song “Scarborough Fair”, made popular in the...


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