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Shoppers could be left in the dark about hazardous hormone-treated beef

7 September 2018

A weakened UK under pressure to make new trade deals could be forced into significantly reducing food standards on beef imports, a new report warns.


BBC's book of brainteasers includes puzzles from Sussex mathematician

7 September 2018

A senior Sussex lecturer has contributed to a book of brainteasers from BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, which published this week.


First flexible online degree goes live at Sussex

7 September 2018

The first University of Sussex degree to be taught entirely online has launched with its inaugural cohort of students.


Campus development works - impacts on roads and parking

7 September 2018

On 12 September, drivers may experience congestion on North South Road as coaches drop off and pick up school children attending an on-campus event.


SPRU research reveals civil-military nuclear interdependencies

6 September 2018

New research by SPRU presents a global picture of industrial interdependencies between civil and military nuclear infrastructure.


'Anarchist Prince' to be commemorated with blue plaque

6 September 2018

A blue plaque commemorating a Russian Prince and revolutionary anarchist is to be unveiled in Kemp Town.


Sussex psychologist awarded prestigious role in new national mental health network

6 September 2018

Prof Gordon Harold’s e-Nurture Network will focus on researching and promoting the mental health of children and young people in a digital world.


Parking permit applications and renewals for staff

5 September 2018

Some staff have experienced technical problems with the permit system. ITS have been working to resolve these, and the issue has now been remedied.


Discounted tickets to see comedy at Brighton Dome

5 September 2018

Sussex students and staff are being offered discounted tickets to see Rob Delaney, John Kearns, Fern Brady and John Robins on Saturday 15 September.


Winds of change: How engineering students harnessed the elements to get up to speed

3 September 2018

A team of engineering students have become only the second-ever UK team to compete in major sustainability race with a vehicle powered by the wind.


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