Global climate scenarios may significantly overestimate the energy savings from improved energy efficiency
New study argues global energy modellers need to take rebound effects more seriously, and find ways of capture their full range of effects.
High five: University of Sussex named best in the world for development studies for fifth year running
The University has been number one in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for development studies for six out of the past seven years.
The hidden $25 trillion cost of the planet's energy and transport systems
The hidden social, environmental and health costs of the energy and transport sectors is equal to more than a quarter of global economic output.
Domestic abuse: Sussex campaigner succeeds in urging Government to change law
An expert in coercive control has succeeded in urging the Government to fill a legal loophole which left ex-partners of domestic abusers unprotected.
University of Sussex appoints its first Director of Communications, Marketing and Advancement
Emily Tofield has been appointed as the University of Sussex’s first Director of Communications, Marketing and Advancement.
Recording artist helps nurture musical talent through new scholarship
A successful recording artist and University of Sussex alum is helping nurture new musical talent, lending her name to a new Sussex scholarship.
Making sense of the mass data generated from firing neurons
Breakthrough from scientists which may help answer key questions about how animals process information and adapt to environmental changes.
UK’s first survey documenting the lives of ethnic and religious minority people during Covid-19 launches
Dr Laia Becares has shaped the UK’s first survey on the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on the lives of 17,000 ethnic and religious minority people.
Graphene “nano-origami” creates tiniest microchips yet
Nanomaterial developments could lead to computers and phones running thousands of times faster.