Report led by Sussex Professor wins prestigious ecology award
A Mammal Society report led by a Sussex Professor secured an award for impact from the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.
Black History Month: Celebrating the work of Dr Mahmoud Maina
In marking Black History Month, the School of Life Sciences is highlighting the work of Dr Mahmoud Maina to advance science in Africa.
New parliamentary report authored by SSRP calls for closer alignment of climate and development goals
Unless action on climate change and tackling development goals are better aligned, world risks missing key 2030 targets, warns parliamentary group
Lockdown wellbeing: children who spent more time in nature fared best
Study finds children from affluent families tended to have increased their connection to nature during the pandemic more than less affluent peers
Sussex/UCL research study is shortlisted for a THE Research Project of the Year award
The “Queerantine Survey” set out to understand the impact of the pandemic on the LGBTQ+ community – thought to be disproportionately affected.
Sussex Energy Group launch SEG@COP26 seminar series
Hear from energy policy experts at the SEG@COP26 series - presenting SPRU research and its relation to this year's global COP negotiations
Advance Alzheimer’s research by helping further understanding of the link between brain activity and memory
Volunteers are being encouraged to test their memory as part of a project hoping to develop new preventative strategies for Alzheimer’s.
AI’s emergence does not guarantee a raw deal for workers, evidence from past industrial revolutions indicates
The productivity benefits of past industrial revolutions took up to 40 years to be significantly realised, a new study details.