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From Band Aid to X-Factor: a history of the charity single

16 November 2011

Historian Dr Lucy Robinson, an expert on music and sub-culture in modern Britain, is currently researching the history of the charity single


Teenagers who "want to be famous" face poorer job prospects in later life

15 November 2011

Teenagers whose ambitions are mismatched with their educational expectations, higher unemployment, according to University of Sussex-led study.


Three new Research Briefings from the Community Innovation in Sustainable Energy (CISE) project.

9 November 2011

The Community Innovation in Sustainable Energy (CISE) project has recently launched three new Research Briefings. They are available on our project...


Follow the crowd – with help from leading psychologists

4 November 2011

Events around the world made 2011 the year of the crowd – from protests in the Middle East and London to festival culture and and crowd-sourcing.


New professors signal fresh ambitions for science policy research at Sussex

4 November 2011

Sussex continues to tackle the most challenging issues of the day with the appointment of three big names in science and technology policy.


Child poverty could rise under government’s welfare plan, says leading Sussex economist

2 November 2011

Child poverty is likely to increase in Britain despite the government's strategy of encouraging more families into work.


Salon event asks: Do we still care about climate change?

26 October 2011

Do people still get hot under the collar about climate change, or have we cooled?


University of Sussex researchers announce pioneering cancer drug project

26 October 2011

Researchers at Sussex have found tumour-killing properties in a drug used to suppress the immune system which could lead to a new cancer treatment.


Paintball demo targets mysteries of quantum physics for TV show

26 October 2011

Physicist Dr Winfried Hensinger has been helping the BBC understand the complexities of quantum physics – by taking part in a spot of paintballing.


Abandon ship or keep the faith? Cameron’s EU test

24 October 2011

Prime Minister David Cameron is enduring a rocky ride at home and abroad over matters European this week.


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