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Celebrating another record year for highly cited researchers

19 November 2020

Nine University of Sussex academics have been included in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers List – up from seven in last year’s global rankings.


Energy experts respond to the Prime Minister's ten point net zero plan

18 November 2020

Members of the Science Policy Research Unit analyse plans unveiled by the Prime Minister designed to reduce UK net carbon emissions to zero by 2050


Sussex reaffirms commitment to inclusive environment with new policy on transitioning

18 November 2020

The new Transitioning at Work policy sets out the University’s support for staff who wish to transition while employed at Sussex.


Global audience visits the Sussex quantum labs virtually

18 November 2020

This year the Quantum Technologies Showcase delegates visited the Sussex quantum labs virtually - and so can you!


New research reveals widespread contamination of English rivers with pesticides commonly used as flea treatments

17 November 2020

Sussex researchers have found widespread contamination of English rivers with two neurotoxic pesticides commonly used in veterinary flea products.


Learning something new in lockdown? New research shows what could be happening in the brain

13 November 2020

A new study shows what could be happening in the brain when learning new patterns, challenging the classic understanding of how mammalian brains work.


Historic archive of the prominent Hutchinson family acquired for the nation

13 November 2020

The archive of Jeremy Hutchinson QC (1915–2017) has been acquired for the nation and allocated to the University of Sussex.


New forced migrant scholarship to support Masters study

13 November 2020

A new postgraduate scholarship is being introduced to support a forced migrant student to take a Masters course at the University of Sussex.


Calls for British Psychological Society to conduct full investigation into Hans Eysenck research misconduct claims

13 November 2020

New paper urges the British Psychological Society (BPS) to reinvestigate the 1995 complaint it received concerning the work of Professor Hans Eysenck.


Sussex academic's report into support for mothers who have children taken into care published by Government

12 November 2020

Two-year study included in-depth interviews over time with 61 women who experienced removal of at least one child and at risk of further removals.


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