More evidence needed to establish 5G’s green credentials
Widespread expectations 5G will be a green technology are not currently backed up by a strong, publicly available, fully transparent evidence base
Business School Professor awarded FT’s Responsible Business Education Awards 2022
University of Sussex Business School Professor Marshall has been awarded FT Responsible Business Education Award 2022
Blood test to diagnose the most aggressive form of brain tumour now a real possibility, researchers say
Sussex scientists have successfully identified biological signatures for the disease in a small cohort of patient blood samples.
Under a quarter of firms report that introducing AI has led to a loss of jobs
New academic research shows that the introduction of AI technology is just as likely to lead to job creation within a company as it is net job loss.
National governments need to manage the out-of-control energy demands of the internet
New research outlines policy options for governments to limit the energy demand and environmental impact of datacentres
Twelve Days of Quizmas: Test your knowledge of these brain filler facts from the past year of Sussex research
As 2021 draws to a close, join us on a recap of some of our biggest research stories of the year.
New nature-inspired AI doctoral programme officially opens
The first cohort of students have been welcomed on to the £1.35 million be.AI Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme
Pandemics, market incentives and politics create varying regional demand for domestic and foreign vaccine companies
New study into the impact of a global demand spike on differential incentives for markets in India for domestic and foreign-based vaccine firms.
Podcast gives Syrian farmers a helping hand after years of armed conflict
A podcast series co-produced by Sussex researchers is supporting farmers in northwest Syria and sharing agricultural learnings to improve livelihoods.
New £12m research centre for inclusive trade policy
Sussex academics head up the new Centre for Inclusive Trade Policy, the first of its kind dedicated to trade policy funded by the ESRC.
New research shows alarming decline in small mammals in the UK
Researchers have demonstrated a worrying decline in small mammals in Britain, with the harvest mouse and weasel worst affected.
Two new additions for the University of Sussex on the global list of highly-cited researchers
Dr Paula Kivimaa and Prof Karoline Rogge have been named in the 2021 Highly Cited Researchers List for the very first time.
New UKTPO analysis identifies £44 billion in lost trade in the first seven months of the EU-UK trade deal
The new analysis, produced for Channel 4 Dispatches, identified £32.5 billion lost in potential imports to the UK and £11 billion in exports to the EU
Fundraising call for innovative cancer diagnosis project led by Sussex Professor
A project aiming to develop a blood test for cancer diagnosis is currently seeking donations to help fund specialist equipment.
SSRP director calls COP26 "almost-but-not-quite" summit and calls for greater progress at COP27
Professor Joseph Alcamo says COP26 delivered some encouraging news but not enough to hail the UK-hosted climate conference a success.
SSRP director welcomes China-US joint declaration but calls on superpowers to do more for most vulnerable countries
Professor Joseph Alcamo says he is cautiously optimistic about surprise COP26 announcement of cooperation between the world's two biggest emitters.
Health of some ethnic minority groups in the UK equivalent to White people at least 20 years older – new study
After age 30, people from Pakistani/Bangladeshi backgrounds experience rates of poor health the equivalent to White people at least 20 years older.
Rural communities most exposed to risk of energy and transport poverty, new study finds
Rural residents are most likely to be impacted by the twin pressures of energy poverty and transport poverty simultaneously
COP26 deal to limit methane could be big deal for climate protection says Sussex scientist
More than 100 countries have signed up to the initiative to limit methane emissions by 30% compared with 2020 levels.