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Made in England?

3 July 2020

Why the UK Government wants Korean and Japanese goods to have same trade benefits as home made products.


University rises up global rankings

2 July 2020

The University of Sussex has risen up newly published global rankings in six academic subjects.


University of Sussex joins new £17m project to improve user experience at EV charging points

2 July 2020

The University of Sussex is part of a newly launched £17 million research project designed to improve charging stations for electric vehicles.


New collaborative Covid-19 projects get green light

1 July 2020

The University of Sussex has approved a number of projects to address the challenges and opportunities arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.


£1.5 million for research to help the public respond to mass emergencies

1 July 2020

Professor John Drury and colleagues from other universities have secured funding for two research projects to help societies respond to emergencies.


Speaking Citizens: New research project aims to put speech back at the heart of British education

25 June 2020

A new AHRC-funded project will look at the history of speech education to help address an urgent need to restore it in UK schools.


Resource curse or resource blessing: How major oil discoveries keep autocrats in power

25 June 2020

Oil is the most effective natural resource when it comes to keeping despots in power, new research shows.


University of Sussex fifth in UK in ranking of ‘Golden Age’ universities

24 June 2020

The University of Sussex has been ranked fifth in the UK and 15th in the world in a new ranking of ‘Golden Age’ universities.


Sussex psychologist provides vital public information in the fight against Covid-19

24 June 2020

Professor John Drury has contributed an article towards the new ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’ website launched by UK Research & Innovation.


Role models: The need for responsible modelling in the age of pandemic

24 June 2020

Too many examples of coronavirus modelling have been insufficiently transparent about their uncertainties and too precise in their claims.


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