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Calls for British Psychological Society to conduct full investigation into Hans Eysenck research misconduct claims
New paper urges the British Psychological Society (BPS) to reinvestigate the 1995 complaint it received concerning the work of Professor Hans Eysenck.
Sussex academic's report into support for mothers who have children taken into care published by Government
Two-year study included in-depth interviews over time with 61 women who experienced removal of at least one child and at risk of further removals.
Prof Erik Millstone is calling for the UK Government and Food Standards Agency to use post-Brexit powers in the New Year to ban the use of aspartame.
The University has been included in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings for the first time.
A chemist at the University of Sussex has joined over 100 researchers to detail the next steps towards a Covid-19 antiviral drug.
Mariyana Bushara, Organisational Development Adviser at Sussex, is currently supporting the development of a staff well-being hub.
A new book by a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex investigates how the Bloomsbury Group framed their visual identity.
The University of Sussex has joined the quantum race by making Universal Quantum its latest spin-out company signing.
Building humanity: €10m research project into the influence of the built environment on the development of the mind
The University of Sussex is to participate in a new project thought to be the largest ever ecological experiment on embodied visual perception.
Brought to you by the School of Psychology at Sussex, the Thinking Kindness tent at KindFest will explore the latest research on kindness.