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A graduate’s bright idea to use cyclist generated data to improve road infrastructure has been named among the world's top student product designs.
A professor from the University of Sussex has been awarded a prestigious International History of Science prize.
The President of the US dominated the recent midterm elections, looming over them like a ‘monster’ according to experts at the University of Sussex.
Citizen scientists working together can compete with complex computer programs.
Scientists at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) have used an eerie illusion of having an extra hand to understand Tourette syndrome.
Scientists have developed a £25 piece of hardware to demonstrate how our brains function, which could aid educators around the world.
First World War centenary commemorations culminate on Remembrance Sunday, but for doctoral student Jenny Flood the reflections are far from over.
Prof Jacqueline O’Reilly contributes valuable research insights to the House of Lords Select Committee on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision.
Global governance must overcome zeitgeist of mistrust if world environmental issues are to be tackled effectively
The growing mistrust towards global intuitions must be overcome if the world is to successfully tackle the environmental challenges it faces.
Wildlife-loving Sussex students helped to clear a local beauty spot of litter and debris.