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TV-watching snackers beware: you won’t notice you’re full if your attention is elsewhere

12 August 2020

Eating while doing something perceptually-demanding makes it more difficult to notice when you feel full - new research from the University of Sussex.


Why nanomaterial quality matters, and the smart new way to check it

12 August 2020

A new way to check the quality of nanomaterials like graphene has emerged from a team at the University of Sussex.


Mathematicians warn of risk of complacency over herd immunity levels needed to halt Covid-19 pandemic

16 July 2020

University of Sussex mathematicians have warned about the risk of complacency over the level of ‘herd immunity’ required to stem the Covid pandemic.


Radical overhaul required of system for asylum claims on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity

9 July 2020

A four-year study of claimants of asylum on sexual orientation or gender identity grounds calls for a radical overhaul of the system.


£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.


Mums doing lion’s share of childcare and home-learning during lockdown – even when both parents work

19 June 2020

Childcare responsibilities during lockdown are not being shared equally between working parents, psychologists at the University of Sussex have found.


How is lockdown affecting family life? Study participants needed!

30 March 2020

Sussex psychologists are asking parents of primary school age children to complete an online survey to help them track the impact of the pandemic.


Mainstream feminism is broken, says Sussex expert in new book

26 March 2020

A new book by Alison Phipps, Professor of Gender Studies at the University of Sussex, pulls back the curtain on the #MeToo movement.


£1 million for nanotech: invisibility cloaks, smart tyres and supermarket tags

19 March 2020

Funding for University of Sussex nanotech research could bring invisibility cloaks, smart tyres and retail tags


Gastronauts: Developing food ready for the next space race

6 March 2020

Academics develop new food eating experiences for the next generation of astronauts and tourists including made to order 3-D printed food.


Sussex research reveals injustices faced by LGBTIQ+ asylum claimants

28 February 2020

Sussex researchers are working on a project to report the experiences of people who claim asylum for reasons of sexual orientation or gender identity.


Why is there any matter in the universe at all? New Sussex study sheds light

28 February 2020

Sussex physicists have measured the neutron more precisely than ever before and this could help explain why there is more matter than anti-matter left


Playing cupid

14 February 2020

Especially for Valentine's Day, Game Theory expert Dr Nicos Georgiou looks into the mathematics of dating.


Scientific treasure hunt: could you discover the Higgs Boson or even Dark Matter?

13 February 2020

Sussex scientists working at CERN have just released lots of experiment data inviting the public to rediscover the Higgs Boson or to find Dark Matter.


US is No.1 country for UK small businesses to trade with over next three years

22 January 2020

New report from the Federation of Small Businesses and UKTPO highlights what small businesses need from Free Trade Agreements (FTAs).


Small change for climate change: Why research funding to save the world needs to be drastically stepped up

16 January 2020

Between 1990 and 2018, less than 4.59% of the global funding totalling more than $1.3 trillion was spent on climate-related research.


Feeling full happens in the brain as well as the stomach: Sussex professor explains in new podcast

9 January 2020

Feeling full is more complex than consuming enough nutrients or filling-up with large volumes of food as Martin Yeomans explains in the podcast


Italians take vow of chastity when the Pope is in town

7 January 2020

Italians have less sex when the Pope visits their town because they feel guilty about possible abortions.


Sustainable supply of minerals and metals key to a low-carbon energy future

3 January 2020

The low-carbon revolution could be at risk without new international agreements to ensure a sustainable supply of rare minerals and metals.


Take part in Dry January and you’ll reap the benefits for months, Sussex research shows

27 December 2019

Research from the University of Sussex shows that people who take part in Dry January are still drinking less six months later.


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