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Philosopher calls for contributions on childbirth to break down unhelpful taboos

16 August 2019

Mothers, fathers and midwives are being encouraged to share their experiences to help ease conversations about childbirth and break down taboos.


Sussex scientists to create 3-D map of ten million galaxies in the universe

15 August 2019

University of Sussex physicists are creating a three-dimensional map of ten million galaxies.


Wind it up: Europe has the untapped onshore capacity to meet global energy demand

14 August 2019

Europe has the capacity to produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces through onshore windfarms, new analysis reveals.


"Pale, male and stale" - Challenging representations of Africa at independent journalism festival

13 August 2019

A Sussex researcher is to chair a panel at the Byline Festival of independent journalism to discuss the UK media’s representations of Africa.


The only ‘safe’ phone in a car is one that's switched off

13 August 2019

Studies by Dr Graham Hole and Dr Gemma Briggs demonstrate driving while using a hands-free device is just as dangerous as a hand-held mobile phone.


Greater Brighton’s creative industries worth more than £1.5 billion

9 August 2019

Firms from Greater Brighton’s creative industries generated more than £1.5 billion in turnover in 2018, a new University of Sussex study has revealed.


Sussex historian supports plans for museum of youth culture

8 August 2019

A campaign to launch a museum to house collections celebrating youth culture is underway, with support from a University of Sussex historian.


New research suggests groundwater in Africa could be resilient to climate change

8 August 2019

Groundwater could offer a sustainable way to provide clean water, after research finds it may be relatively resilient to climate change.


Powerful collection of short stories written during Sri Lankan civil war published

7 August 2019

A collection written by a Sussex lecturer during the Sri Lankan civil war includes a tale used by English PEN to highlight a missing journalist.


Killings of environmental defenders strongly linked to corruption and weak rule of law, according to new study

6 August 2019

New research paper finds that the number of recorded deaths of environmental defenders is now similar to those from war zones.


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