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Archive keen to capture life in the time of Covid-19

5 May 2020

A Mass Observation Archive call-out for coronavirus stories and 12 May diaries has led to a flood of enquiries.


An imminent lifting of Coronavirus lockdown not significantly more deadly than extending it by weeks

2 May 2020

Lifting the UK lockdown in two weeks would result in similar number of deaths in a second wave as if quarantine was extended to the middle of summer.


Ending the daily work commute may not cut energy usage as much as one might hope

1 May 2020

A mass move to working-from-home accelerated by the Coronavirus pandemic might not be as beneficial to the planet as many hope


Quantum physicists share their home working spaces in new video

30 April 2020

Quantum physicists at the University of Sussex are responding to a new way of working during lockdown without normal access to their labs.


This Sussex Life: Nicole Klesser, SEF: “It’s important that students have someone to contact or see”

30 April 2020

Nicole Klesser, Head of Campus Facilities Management at Sussex, describes the challenges of life on campus during the Covid-19 pandemic.


University of Sussex and Zhejiang Gongshang University to establish a Joint Institute in Artificial Intelligence

30 April 2020

The University of Sussex and Zhejiang Gongshang University in Hangzhou, China have established a joint institute in artificial intelligence (AI).


DNA database pioneer elected Royal Society Fellow

29 April 2020

An innovative Life Sciences professor has received the distinguished honour of being made a Fellow of the Royal Society.


Understanding the mathematics of a pandemic

29 April 2020

A University of Sussex academic will explain the mathematics behind the Government’s Coronavirus response in a special online public lecture.


A global agreement to end disruption of Coronavirus medical supplies

28 April 2020

An agreement on medical goods keeping import restrictions low and constraining export bans could help countries with enough supplies to fight Covid-19


From the ashes of disaster

27 April 2020

Universities are particularly vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19 and need a creative response, writes Adam Tickell


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