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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).


Sussex ranked in world top 20 of Times Higher Education Golden Age universities

7 April 2017

The University has been ranked 16th in a list of 200 global institutions founded in the 20 years between 1945 and 1966.


New Freedom of Religion or Belief website to encourage governments to work together

6 April 2017

A new website will provide governments and policy officals with the latest information on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Foreign Policy.


Professor Madzvamuse hosts biannual meeting of the Commission for Developing Countries

5 April 2017

Anotida Madzvamuse, Professor of Mathematical and Computational Biology, hosted the biannual meeting of the Commission for Developing...


Sussex professor welcomes major new UK government policy

4 April 2017

Influential research by Professor Gordon Harold informs a new initiative supporting parents and children of workless families.


Delaying marriage in developing countries benefits children

4 April 2017

Delaying the marriage age of young women in parts of the developing world has significant positive effects for their children, a new study shows.


Sussex students design new technology to support blind scientists

1 April 2017

Daniel Hajas, a masters student, set up an initiative called Grapheel aiming to support the education of blind and visually impaired people.


School of Business, Management and Economics ranked in UK top five in report on research income

31 March 2017

The University of Sussex’s School of Business, Management and Economics (BMEc) is within the UK's top five business schools for...


‘With or without EU’ - priorities for the UK's four trading nations post Brexit

29 March 2017

If the UK leaves the EU without a trade deal, the effects across regions will be different and this should influence priorities, new analysis shows.


Look into my eyes: why those who experience hypnosis are unlikely to be faking it

29 March 2017

Research at the University of Sussex finds new evidence to suggest that actions made under the influence of hypnosis feel involuntary.


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