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Wanted: People with the maths and communication skills to save our planet!

11 October 2010

University of Sussex Deputy Vice-Chancellor Bob Allison has helped to launch a report warning against a skills gap in the UK’s environment sector.


Sussex and Brighton Universities’ £1bn boost to the UK economy

7 October 2010

Sussex and Brighton universities contribute more than £1b into the UK economy, a new report released today shows.


Do the doctors know best? Join the Sussex Salon debate

29 September 2010

Have you ever gone online to check out your cold symptoms only to come away thinking you had a life-threatening disease?


Sussex researchers help unveil new ‘ear on the universe’

22 September 2010

University of Sussex physicists will be working with the first major radio telescope to be built in Britain for decades.


Sussex ecologist’s orchid study helps find new clues on climate change

22 September 2010

Ecologist Mike Hutching's study of rare orchids has provided a powerful source of data for studying climate change, according to new research.


Ainsley Harriott visits LASI for new BBC food programme

21 September 2010

TV chef Ainsley Harriott joined bee researchers for breakfast at the University to learn about the honey bee for a new BBC series about British food.


Sussex makes UK’s top ten in latest university rankings

16 September 2010

Sussex has been placed 8th in the UK, 16th in Europe and 79th in the world in the Times Higher Education 2010-2011 World University Rankings.


Don’t panic: crowd research to help event managers

13 September 2010

Research by psychologist John Drury - with a bit of help from Fatboy Slim - could help UK event organisers to managecrowd events more effectively.


Concert sounds out the horrific sights of war

13 September 2010

Exciting collaborations between composer Ed Hughes and University of Sussex film-makers will be performed in London this month (Mon 27 September).


University archive inspires Hollywood directors

23 July 2010

A film to be made by Hollywood directors Ridley Scott and Kevin Macdonald was inspired by day diaries in the University's Mass Observation Archive.


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