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Daily Mirror
Student tastes what she hears - for Stormzy it's freshly-baked muffinsmany people don’t even know they have it.” Professor Julia Simner, Director of
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 hours ago
many people don’t even know they have it.” Professor Julia Simner, Director of MULTISENSE Synaesthesia Laboratory at the University of Sussex, said: “Lexical-gustatory synaesthesia is a condition that causes unusual taste experiences in response... Read more
22h
Business Standard India
3 stories of new beginnings after the horror of India-Pak partitionRahman, a postgraduate student who attended one of the workshops for Silent Sis
Business Standard India / Posted 22 hours ago
Rahman, a postgraduate student who attended one of the workshops for Silent Sisters, attributed her studying at the University of Sussex to fateful decisions made by her female ancestors. During the turmoil of partition, her great... Read more
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Irish Examiner
DCU study finds majority of IS-linked accounts suspended by Twitterwithin 17 hours, when sampled in April, it was found. The EU funded research,
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
within 17 hours, when sampled in April, it was found. The EU funded research, which was carried out by DCU and the University of Sussex, in a case-study of a 74-hour period between April 3-4, analysing 153 pro-IS accounts that shared... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The scary truth: Trump has no optionsnuclear and missile program,” he said. “Seoul remains very vulnerable.” Kevin
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
nuclear and missile program,” he said. “Seoul remains very vulnerable.” Kevin Gray, Reader in International Relations at University of Sussex pointed out the bellicose words coming out of North Korea is nothing new. “North Korea has resorted to... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Woman battles for toilet in Akshay Kumar movie but India’s reality is differentsaid a 65-year-old female respondent. (Saha is an MA Gender and Development st
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 5 days ago
said a 65-year-old female respondent. (Saha is an MA Gender and Development student at Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.) (Indiaspend.org is a data-driven, public-interest journalism non-profit/FactChecker.in is... Read more
6d
metro
Drama GCSE is important - please don't take it awaystudents through core subjects, at the cost of things like music, drama and His
metro / Posted 6 days ago
students through core subjects, at the cost of things like music, drama and History of Art. According to research from the University of Sussex, two-thirds of teachers feel that this is due to the government’s ‘EBacc’ accountability measure, which... Read more
7d
Surrey Advertiser
Dig out your old pound coins for pangolinsthat over one million pangolins have been traded illegally in the last decade.
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
that over one million pangolins have been traded illegally in the last decade. According to a new study led by the University of Sussex, the hunting of pangolins has increased by 150% in central African forests from 1970 to 2014. They are... Read more
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iol.co.za
Meet SA women doing wonders in the energy sector | IOL Business Reportthe City of Tshwane. She holds an MBA from the University of Pretoria, Master’s
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
the City of Tshwane. She holds an MBA from the University of Pretoria, Master’s degree in Environment and Development from University of Sussex in the UK, a Post-graduate Diploma in Environmental Diplomacy from University of Geneva and a first... Read more
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Breitbart
Top British Universities ‘Discriminating’ Against UK Students For Big-Money Foreign Applicantsattainment which prospective students must meet.” Study Group runs similar cen
Breitbart / Posted 9 days ago
attainment which prospective students must meet.” Study Group runs similar centres with Durham, Sheffield, Lancaster, the University of Sussex and many other universities. INTO and Study Group both said their centres were inspected and approved... Read more
10d
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
Retired Shebbear GP wins award for volunteer workvolunteers. Dr Hall was, until his retirement in 2000, working as a GP in Sheb
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
volunteers. Dr Hall was, until his retirement in 2000, working as a GP in Shebbear. He also held a post at the University of Sussex, before becoming a senior lecturer at the Department of General Practice, Exeter University. His work... Read more
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Aljazeera
Decolonising Syria's so-called 'queer liberation'in the north of Syria which was not under the control of the regime. She is cur
Aljazeera / Posted 11 days ago
in the north of Syria which was not under the control of the regime. She is currently a first year PhD candidate at the University of Sussex. Her thesis focuses on the intersections of sexuality, exceptional violence and sovereignty of the... Read more
12d
Daily Mail
Ex Facebook exec warns robots will lead to society collapsingunderstanding of the world, and even developing a consciousness. Owen Holland,
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
understanding of the world, and even developing a consciousness. Owen Holland, Professor of cognitive robotics at the University of Sussex added: 'The whole of our society, our law, our education, is based around consciousness, making... Read more
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Financial News Network
TechnologyOne’s contract revenue to increase over 90%dollar contracts from marquee customers, just in the last quarter. TechnologyO
Financial News Network / Posted 16 days ago
dollar contracts from marquee customers, just in the last quarter. TechnologyOne’s major projects wins were with the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom, Inner West Council in Australia and the first Central Government Agency in New... Read more
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DW
Will Europe's last primeval forest survive Poland's politics? |don't think Poland would go so far as to ignore an ECJ ruling. Aleks Szczerbia
DW / Posted 19 days ago
don't think Poland would go so far as to ignore an ECJ ruling. Aleks Szczerbiak, professor of polish politics at the University of Sussex in the UK, says the Polish government is careful to calculate the strategic political costs of its... Read more
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DW
Will Europe's last primeval forest survive Polish politics |don't think Poland would go so far as to ignore an ECJ ruling. Aleks Szczerbia
DW / Posted 19 days ago
don't think Poland would go so far as to ignore an ECJ ruling. Aleks Szczerbiak, professor of polish politics at the University of Sussex in the UK, says the Polish government is careful to calculate the strategic political costs of its... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Feel better? Maybe you don't need to finish those antibiotics after allby scientific evidence, a researcher says. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a p
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 20 days ago
by scientific evidence, a researcher says. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a professor in infectious diseases at Britain's University of Sussex, writes with colleagues in an article for the British Medical Journal that taking antibiotics for longer... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Feel better? Maybe you don't need to finish those antibiotics after allby scientific evidence, researchers say. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a pro
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 20 days ago
by scientific evidence, researchers say. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a professor in infectious diseases at Britain's University of Sussex, writes with colleagues in an article for the British Medical Journal that taking antibiotics for longer... Read more
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11 News Houston
Feel better? Maybe you don't need to finish those antibiotics after allby scientific evidence, a researcher says. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a p
11 News Houston / Posted 20 days ago
by scientific evidence, a researcher says. Not only that, Martin Llewelyn, a professor in infectious diseases at Britain's University of Sussex, writes with colleagues in an article for the British Medical Journal that taking antibiotics for longer... Read more
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20d
TheBull
Britain paves the way for post-Brexit trade dealsNew Zealand could expect to be one of the first nations to ink a trade deal wit
TheBull / Posted 20 days ago
New Zealand could expect to be one of the first nations to ink a trade deal with London. Jim Rollo, law professor at the University of Sussex, said the government was eager to show progress in trade talks because of domestic party... Read more
22d
NBC 2 Fort Myers
Trump wants a 'major' trade deal with Britain. It won't be easyscope for a really big comprehensive trade deal with the U.S. is very limited,"
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 22 days ago
scope for a really big comprehensive trade deal with the U.S. is very limited," said Peter Holmes, a trade expert at the University of Sussex. "There are a lot of very big obstacles." Such an agreement would be a huge boon to Britain. It has... Read more
24d
NBC 2 Fort Myers
Why a U.K. trade deal will be harder than Trump thinksscope for a really big comprehensive trade deal with the U.S. is very limited,"
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 24 days ago
scope for a really big comprehensive trade deal with the U.S. is very limited," said Peter Holmes, a trade expert at the University of Sussex. "There are a lot of very big obstacles." Here's why striking a deal will be so difficult: Brexit... Read more
26d
AllAfrica.com
Former NNPC Executive Director Appointed AUN Business School Deanindustry experience to lead SBE to the next level of development." Professor Y
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
industry experience to lead SBE to the next level of development." Professor Yusuf received his PhD in Management from the University of Sussex in the UK in 1986. He has an MSc in Management Technology from the University of Wales Institute of... Read more
27d
News-Medical-Net
University of Sussex receives £428K grant for skin cancer researchThe University of Sussex is to carry out vital research into skin cancer thanks
News-Medical-Net / Posted 27 days ago
The University of Sussex is to carry out vital research into skin cancer thanks to a new grant from The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The Spencer Lab, in the University's Chemistry Department, has been awarded a £428K... Read more
27d
Evening Standard
24 ways to feel happier, according to neuroscientists and psychologisteating lunch at your desk How to reclaim your lunch break Sad desk lunch can
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
eating lunch at your desk How to reclaim your lunch break Sad desk lunch can be a real downer. Scientists from the University of Sussex measured the happiness of employees after they ate lunch in different locations, and found that people... Read more
27d
Eye Witness News
Feeling down? Here’s how to put the smile back on your faceof Bristol said in a statement. Avoid eating lunch at your desk. Sad desk lun
Eye Witness News / Posted 27 days ago
of Bristol said in a statement. Avoid eating lunch at your desk. Sad desk lunch can be a real downer. Scientists from the University of Sussex measured the happiness of employees after they ate lunch in different locations, and found that people... Read more
27d
walesonline
Universities are awarding more firsts to degree students as top grades soarNewman University - 7% 12.6% 5.6 * University of Worcester - 11.9% 17.5% 5.6
walesonline / Posted 27 days ago
Newman University - 7% 12.6% 5.6 * University of Worcester - 11.9% 17.5% 5.6 * University of Chichester - 8% 13.6% 5.6 * University of Sussex - 17.7% 23.1% 5.4 * Cardiff Metropolitan University - 13.3% 18.7% 5.4 * University of the West of... Read more
28d
International Business Times
Yanis Varoufakis tears into 'visionless' Theresa May on UK return he said in a statement seen by IBTimes UK. Varoufakis, 56, is visiting Brighto
International Business Times / Posted 28 days ago
he said in a statement seen by IBTimes UK. Varoufakis, 56, is visiting Brighton to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex and to join Green co-leader Caroline Lucas to discuss the future of the European left. The academic also... Read more
28d
heraldscotland
Iain Macwhirter: Tory Trotskyites are blocking the path to an EU solutionthe divorce bill “they can whistle for it”. The stupidity of this approach has
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
the divorce bill “they can whistle for it”. The stupidity of this approach has been outlined repeatedly, not least by the University of Sussex report on agricultural this week. Food security has not been an issue in Britain for at least 50 years,... Read more
29d
Irish Examiner
Everything you need to know about the move to reintroduce lynx to the British countrysidethe roe deer population has risen dramatically in the past few years But Dr Ch
Irish Examiner / Posted 29 days ago
the roe deer population has risen dramatically in the past few years But Dr Christopher Sandom, a biology lecturer at the University of Sussex with expertise in ecological processes such as predation, believes it is difficult to predict the end... Read more
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express
Labour faces division over Brexit after members reject Jeremy Corbyn's 'studied ambiguity'another. Tim Bale, professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, w
express / Posted 29 days ago
another. Tim Bale, professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London, which carried out the research alongside the University of Sussex, told The Guardian: “Members overwhelmingly wanted to stay in EU and now want to remain inside the... Read more
30d
metro
There's going to be 'chaos' in the food industry after Brexit, report warnsUK’s food is imported from the EU (Picture: Getty) Their findings, published b
metro / Posted 30 days ago
UK’s food is imported from the EU (Picture: Getty) Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Warning over risk of food shortage after Brexitrisks of disruption to sources, prices and quality.” Their findings, published
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 30 days ago
risks of disruption to sources, prices and quality.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Bolton News
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Bolton News / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
EveningTimes Online / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Croydon Guardian / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Warning over risk of food shortage after Brexitrisks of disruption to sources, prices and quality.” Their findings, published
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 30 days ago
risks of disruption to sources, prices and quality.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Shock report reveals food prices could soar by nearly a quarter after BrexitA major academic study by experts at the University of Sussex says eye-watering
Daily Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
A major academic study by experts at the University of Sussex says eye-watering tariffs could hit a third of our food supplies after we leave the EU in 2019. And it warns bungling Ministers still have no plan to replace the vital EU regulations that... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Oxford Mail / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Bury Times
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Bury Times / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Gazette
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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guardian-series
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
guardian-series / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Harrow Times
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Harrow Times / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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Gazette News
Government accused of risking food supply after Brexit with lack of planningwant a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, publishe
Gazette News / Posted 30 days ago
want a drop into the World Trade Organisation abyss.” Their findings, published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, identifies 16 issues which it urges Prime Minister Theresa May to consider. These include a “clear... Read more
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