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£1.15m ESRC grant awarded for income inequality project

31 January 2014

Two Sussex academics have been awarded a 1.15 million-pound grant by the (ESRC) for their project into world inequality.

Non-drinkers seen as ‘the lucky ones’ in study of student drinking

3 December 2013

Students who don't drink in social situations are perceived by others to be more socially competent than those who drink, Sussex research reveals.

Sussex scientist honoured as pioneer in her field by top women’s magazine

3 December 2013

Professor Louise Serpell has been named as one of Red Magazine's women of the year.

A gene mutation for excessive alcohol drinking found

26 November 2013

Sussex researchers are among a team of UK scientists who have discovered a gene that, when faulty, can cause excessive drinking.

Sussex academic sets out strategy for China-UK collaboration in research and innovation

14 October 2013

Professor James Wilsdon joins UK ministers in Beijing this week to discuss innovation opportunities between the UK and China.

Dare to Dream: Lessons for sports, business and life with Colin Jackson

11 October 2013

World-champion hurdler Colin Jackson visited BMEc on Wednesday (9 October) to deliver the inaugural lecture in the LEAD lecture series.

Sussex physicists celebrate Nobel prize for Higgs boson scientists

8 October 2013

Sussex physicists who helped to prove the existence of the so-called Higgs boson particle congratulate today's Nobel prizewinners.

Celebration for students on Sussex scholarships

3 October 2013

An event to celebrate the successful students who are in receipt of Sussex scholarships was held this week.

BMEc's Head of School wins Abacus Manuscript Award

19 July 2013

Professor Ian Davidson, Head of the School of Business, Management and Economics, is the joint winner of the Abacus Manuscript Award.

Senses of smell and vision interact in the eye, Sussex researchers find

16 July 2013

New research by Sussex neuroscientists suggests that the interaction between smell and sight occurs not just in the brain, but starts in the eye.

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