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Unclear nuclear: How UK energy consumers unwittingly pay for military infrastructures

12 June 2019

UK energy consumers are unknowingly subsidising the high cost of military nuclear infrastructures, documents new testimony to a Parliamentary inquiry.


Mountain of rubbish can now be recycled thanks to new university facilities

11 June 2019

A Tetra Pak bin has just been installed on the University of Sussex campus, allowing staff, students and visitors to recycle food and drink cartons.


New guidance on how to estimate the uncertainty that arises from sampling

11 June 2019

An international team of scientists have published guidance on how to estimate the uncertainty that arises from chemical sampling.


Professor Sue Millns to leave Sussex

10 June 2019

Prof Sue Millns, the current interim Head of School for LPS, will leave Sussex at the end of August, for a new position at Christ Church University.


Sussex scientists announce new WonderFest event to celebrate the curiosity and wonder of our world

10 June 2019

WonderFest is the first event for a new charity Curiosity Sussex.


Garden centres need to provide more information about bee-friendly plants, according to new research

10 June 2019

New report focusing on public attitudes and behaviour towards pollinator-friendly planting reveals lack of information in local garden centres,


Be inspired at the Festival of Doctoral Research

9 June 2019

The Festival of Doctoral Research returns to Sussex this June, taking place over three days (18-20 June).


Building a Better World – Sussex shows the way

7 June 2019

The University this week hosted a gala evening to celebrate all the Sussex students, staff, alumni and supporters who make the world a better place.


Reminder to complete the Professional Services Quality Survey

7 June 2019

Thank you to everyone who has already completed the Professional Services Quality Survey since it launched. The survey will end next Monday 10 June.


Soapbox Science sees Brighton beachgoers enjoy science in the sunshine

7 June 2019

Over 2,500 beachgoers took the time to learn about all things science on Saturday 1 June.


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