University of Sussex experts respond to today's Queen's Speech
Our academics have been responding to the Environment Bill, reform of the Judicial Review process and plans to simplify government procurement.
Ministers urged to relax Apprenticeship Levy rules and release billions to support young people into employment
Ministers are being urged to relax the rules around the Apprenticeship Levy to allow for more flexible, targeted and regionally responsive funding.
National award renewal recognises Sussex’s commitment to gender equality
The University’s bronze institutional Athena SWAN award has been renewed until 2026.
Learning on the fly: Computational model demonstrates similarity in how humans and insects learn
Informatics experts have developed a new computational model that demonstrates a long sought after link between insect and mammalian learning.
This Sussex Life. PVC Professor Keith Jones: "Sussex's challenge is to define its purpose."
Professor Keith Jones, Pro Vice Chancellor (Research and Enterprise), talks about Size and Shape – and reflects on his ‘ping-pong pom’ career journey.
Sussex researcher, Josh McFayden, whose work is "in search of a new force of nature” wins prestigious prize
Dr Josh McFayden, a physics researcher at the University of Sussex, is the sole 2021 winner of a prestigious prize from the Institute of Physics.
Old wines tale: Economists dispel myth second cheapest on restaurant wine list is biggest rip-off
New research finds that the mark-up on the second-cheapest wine is significantly below that on the four next most expensive wines on the list.
"Energy, enthusiasm and open mindedness": Inside the Global Festival of Active Learning
Last week saw the inaugural Global Festival of Active Learning, organised by the Active Learning Network, take place online.
“It’s all about preserving relationships”: law students launch new peer mediation clinic
Law students volunteering with the university’s award-winning law clinics are launching a mediation service to help their peers to resolve disputes.