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Dr Rekha Diwakar looks at the people and parties involved in the Indian parliamentary elections – and examines the likely outcomes for 16 May.
Professor Matthew Cragoe is to step down as Head of the School of History, Art History and Philosophy (HAHP) at Sussex.
Sussex biologist identifies what happens when generosity is replaced with brutality in insect courtship.
Sussex’s research impact is rated as “very good” (the highest category) by a new, EU-funded, international comparison website.
Lord (Paddy) Ashdown visited campus today (Wednesday 14 May) to talk about resistance in the Second World War, as part of a two-day University event.
Students could be encouraged to drink alcohol at safer levels if a more positive image existed of those who opt to abstain, says Sussex research.
Professors Aleks Szczerbiak and Paul Taggart predict the likely winners and losers and question just how ‘European’ the elections really are.
The Library is trialling three new multi-functional devices (MFDs) over the next four weeks.
A Sussex politics graduate has been made leader of a local council at the age of just 21.
Community-led sustainable energy projects are not taken seriously enough by the government, say University of Sussex researchers.