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The University of Sussex has given evidence to a parliamentary inquiry about the importance of investing in the emerging quantum technologies industry
Study identifies 66 alien plant and animal species that pose greatest threat to European biodiversity
Plant and animal species that pose the biggest threat to biodiversity should they arrive in the European Union have been identified in a new study.
The University of Sussex has shown its commitment to promoting equality and inclusivity by applying to join the Race Equality Charter (REC).
A Sussex professor has been leading the fight in the United Nations to secure the safety of journalists around the world.
An anthropologist has contributed to a set of best practice guidelines to make walking groups inclusive for those with impaired vision.
Two staff from Engineering and Informatics have been presented with an Athena SWAN award that recognises the School’s commitment to gender equality.
Leaving the EU without a deal could cost almost three-quarters of a million workers in Britain their jobs
A no deal Brexit would threaten jobs around the country but some places will suffer more than others, a UK Trade Policy Observatory study warns.
Smelling the forest, not the trees: Why animals are better at sniffing out complex smells than individual compounds
Animals are much better at smelling a complex “soup” of odorants rather than a single pure ingredient, a new study has revealed.
A new campaign is urging teachers and pupils to be allowed to embrace uncertainty and explore new ways to engage with knowledge.
President Trump is forcing academics to rethink the definition of corruption, according to political expert
President Donald Trump is causing corruption analysts to rethink the very definition of corruption due to his bending rather than breaking of the law.