Sussex Social Work Professor named one of most globally impactful
Professor Gillian Ruch is named in the top 100 most impactful global contributors to social work journal scholarship.
Will the Rights of Nature find its rightful place at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15)?
The dynamics of COP reproduce neoliberal values of the environment. COP 15 however could be an opportunity to incorporate a Rights of Nature approach.
Boosting Biodiversity on Campus
Professor Dave Goulson & Dr Beth Nicholls explain the importance of increasing biodiversity.
Antibiotic stewardship crucial in the fight against Antimicrobial Resistance
New research and other University activities around antibacterial innovation highlighted on World Antimicrobial Resistance Week
Climate crisis calls for systemic change to finance: new report
Sussex and Utrecht researchers from the Deep Transitions project urge a new approach to investing.
Why the queue to see the Queen was "like a pilgrimage"
Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury advised the UK government on what to expect during the Queen's funeral and lying-in-state.
Focus on Algerian women and film events curated by Sussex professor for Cinecity
Professor Martin Evans curates events marking sixty years of Algerian independence
Sussex Professors win EPSRC grant for “adventurous” research
A prestigious EPSRC New Horizons grant for “adventurous” research has been awarded to Professors from the Department of Informatics at Sussex.