‘Polluter elite’ should be UK climate policy target, finds report led by Sussex academic
A new report led by Professor Peter Newell, in the School of Global Studies, has called on policy makers to target the UK’s polluter elite.
Study finds rapid evolution in foxgloves pollinated by hummingbirds
A new paper, co-authored by a Sussex researcher, concludes that flowers can rapidly change shape to adapt to their environment.
The power of the pack: how crowd-sourcing is the future for animal behaviour research
Psychologists at the University of Sussex have found that crowd-sourcing the analysis of animal behaviour can eliminate bias to give accurate results.
Sussex academic to be part of Public Health England advisory group
Maya Unnithan, Prof of Social & Medical Anthropology, has been invited by Public Health England to join their advisory group on Reproductive Health.
Ever wondered what red foxes eat? There’s a database for that
Researchers create a free, online database on carnivore diets to help conservationists and educators.
Home improvers and influencers vital to achieving UK net zero domestic heating targets
The role of enthusiastic heat pump adopters in spreading the word is as important as Government policy, education and training.
Sussex scientists develop ultra-thin terahertz source, paving the way to next generation of communication tech
Sussex physicists have developed an ultra-thin, large-area semiconductor surface source of terahertz compatible with existing electronic platforms.
Back with a Bang: University of Sussex partners Brighton Festival to welcome safe return of city’s arts scene
The Brighton Festival is set to return in May with events across the city and at the University's Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
University of Sussex students call on UK Government to improve key areas of child rights ahead of UN review
Two University of Sussex students have co-authored a new report calling on the UK Government to do more on issues impacting children and young adults.