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Gender stereotyping may start as young as three months, study of babies' cries shows

22 April 2016

Gender stereotyping may start as young as three months, according to a study of babies' cries from the University of Sussex.


Principal Investigators share best practice for researcher management and development

21 April 2016

Over 30 Principal Investigators and Research Staff Managers have discussed best practice relating to management and career development of researchers.


Sussex runners go the extra mile to support good causes

21 April 2016

Sussex students and staff were among 11,000 runners in the Brighton Marathon on Sunday (17 April), enjoying sunny conditions for the 26-mile race.


Transparency is not a panacea for the resource curse, new study finds

20 April 2016

Global campaigns to bring more transparency to the oil and gas sectors have yet to live up to their promises, a new study finds.


Award-winning Sussex scientist is brains behind neuroscience book for kids

19 April 2016

A children’s book exploring the brain in bite-sized chunks has been co-authored by a University of Sussex scientist.


The Sussex Conversations: The EU Referendum - in or out?

15 April 2016

Journalist Sarah Montague chaired the debate at our annual Sussex Conversations event about whether Britain should remain in the EU.


12 stories of Sussex

15 April 2016

The first edition of Sussex Stories asks a group of 12 students, alumni and staff what Sussex means to them.


More results of 2015 interim staff survey published

15 April 2016

Further results from the interim staff survey in autumn 2015 are now available, including a breakdown of staff feedback from school and divisions.


Philosophy love film wins award

15 April 2016

A University of Sussex filmmaker has won a specialist academic award for her film that explores the relationship between cinema and philosophy.


Fossil fuels could be phased out worldwide in a decade, says new study

15 April 2016

The worldwide reliance on burning fossil fuels to create energy could be phased out in a decade, according to a major energy think tank in the UK.


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