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AllAfrica.com
When Judiciary Goes On Trialwonderful family. Then a post-graduate student of Poverty and Development at th
When Judiciary Goes On Trial
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
wonderful family. Then a post-graduate student of Poverty and Development at the Institute of Development Studies of the University of Sussex, Member, now 28, was at the UN Office to collect data for her dissertation on social protection in... Read more
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New Kerala
Only 1 of 27 Indian sports bodies has athlete as president ( - newkerala.com #109169journalism platform. Devanik Saha is a freelance journalist and MA Gender and D
Only 1 of 27 Indian sports bodies has athlete as president ( - newkerala.com #109169
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
journalism platform. Devanik Saha is a freelance journalist and MA Gender and Development candidate 2016-17 at Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. The views expressed are those of IndiaSpend. Feedback at respond@indiaspe... Read more
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The Rice Thresher
Students pursue political passions, blue or red20th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to two Rice pr
Students pursue political passions, blue or red
The Rice Thresher / Posted 2 days ago
20th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry to two Rice professors, along with a professor from the University of Sussex. The professors received the prize for the discovery of buckminsterfullerenes, also known as Buckyballs,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targetsnational commitment to nuclear energy goes hand in hand with weak performance o
Pro-nuclear countries making slower progress on climate targets
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
national commitment to nuclear energy goes hand in hand with weak performance on climate change targets, researchers at the University of Sussex and the Vienna School of International Studies have found. A new study of European countries, published... Read more
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Sussex Express
Identical Sussex twins achieve identical A Level gradesuniversities. Cristian achieved an A* grade in philosophy and A grades in both
Identical Sussex twins achieve identical A Level grades
Sussex Express / Posted 4 days ago
universities. Cristian achieved an A* grade in philosophy and A grades in both history and French. He is going to the University of Sussex to study philosophy and French. Meanwhile Guido achieved an A* grade in geography and A grades in both... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Levels 2016: Double delight for twins as they secure top gradesto each other as they head off to study geography at different universities. R
Levels 2016: Double delight for twins as they secure top grades
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
to each other as they head off to study geography at different universities. Rupkatha, who scored AAB and is going to the University of Sussex, said: "Everyone asks how it will feel to be apart but we have to diverge at some point. "Geography is... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Levels 2016: Double delight for twins as they secure top gradesto each other as they head off to study geography at different universities. R
Levels 2016: Double delight for twins as they secure top grades
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
to each other as they head off to study geography at different universities. Rupkatha, who scored AAB and is going to the University of Sussex, said: "Everyone asks how it will feel to be apart but we have to diverge at some point. "Geography is... Read more
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Bury Free Press
A-LEVEL RESULTS: Stowmarket High School students celebrate exam successChappelle, 18, from Stowmarket, earned four As in his exams and plans to study
A-LEVEL RESULTS: Stowmarket High School students celebrate exam success
Bury Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
Chappelle, 18, from Stowmarket, earned four As in his exams and plans to study business and management studies at the University of Sussex. “I’m in a bit of shock this morning,” he said. “Two years have gone already and now I’m off to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Labour leadership candidate Owen Smith pledges to tackle high rail fares and rents in OxfordLancashire and was brought up in Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales. He j
Labour leadership candidate Owen Smith pledges to tackle high rail fares and rents in Oxford
Oxford Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Lancashire and was brought up in Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales. He joined the Labour Party at 16 and went to the University of Sussex before going on to work for the BBC. He then worked in the biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industry... Read more
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Daily Star
Monster uni lecturer who beat up student lover, 24, and poured salt in her eyes loses jobSalter has finally been fired after he beat up a student Dr Lee Salter, a seni
Monster uni lecturer who beat up student lover, 24, and poured salt in her eyes loses job
Daily Star / Posted 10 days ago
Salter has finally been fired after he beat up a student Dr Lee Salter, a senior media and communications lecturer at the University of Sussex, was last month convicted of assaulting 24-year-old Allison Smith, who he met during induction. It... Read more
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Daily Mirror
University lecturer who beat up his student lover, 24, finally loses his jobSmith was left with bruising to her face after the assault The statement said:
University lecturer who beat up his student lover, 24, finally loses his job
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Smith was left with bruising to her face after the assault The statement said: "Dr Lee Salter is no longer employed by the University of Sussex. "Due to the court proceedings there were some things we were unable to comment on but this matter has... Read more
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Daily Star
University Lecturer beat up student girlfriend, 24, and 'poured salt in her eyes and ears'UNIVERSITY: Dr Lee Salter and Allison Smith were in a relationship Dr Lee Salt
University Lecturer beat up student girlfriend, 24, and 'poured salt in her eyes and ears'
Daily Star / Posted 12 days ago
UNIVERSITY: Dr Lee Salter and Allison Smith were in a relationship Dr Lee Salter, was a communications lecturer at the University of Sussex, when he assaulted a student he was in a relationship with. Allison Smith, 24, was punched in the face,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sussex University lecturer allowed to continue teaching after beating former studentto teach during the ten-month period between his arrest and conviction, This i
Sussex University lecturer allowed to continue teaching after beating former student
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
to teach during the ten-month period between his arrest and conviction, This is despite regulations published on the University of Sussex website which say: “staff and students are subject to disciplinary procedures that, amongst other... Read more
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Daily Mail
Project to create 3D map of the universe enters the construction phaseuniverse is not only expanding, but it is expanding faster and faster as time g
Project to create 3D map of the universe enters the construction phase
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
universe is not only expanding, but it is expanding faster and faster as time goes by,' Dr Kathy Romer, scientist from the University of Sussex and part of the Dark Energy Survey, who is not involved in the DESI project, told MailOnline. Thousands... Read more
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BBC News
The boss who can help your video go viralthat can help adverts garner millions and millions of hits worldwide. So how d
The boss who can help your video go viral
BBC News / Posted 19 days ago
that can help adverts garner millions and millions of hits worldwide. So how did a lecturer in American literature at the University of Sussex end up launching a company that aims to make ads go viral? "The internet was changing from an internet... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
The life of charity singlesa way to give voice to victims of the unspeakable. Lucy Robinson is a senior l
The life of charity singles
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 19 days ago
a way to give voice to victims of the unspeakable. Lucy Robinson is a senior lecturer of Modern British History at the University of Sussex and co-organizer of the Interdisciplinary Network for the Study of Subcultures, Popular Music, and... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Why programmes to protect vulnerable children need to involve more than cashchildren’s care and goes a long way to do so, but it is not enough. Improving c
Why programmes to protect vulnerable children need to involve more than cash
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 20 days ago
children’s care and goes a long way to do so, but it is not enough. Improving children’s care needs cash and more. Keetie Roelen: Research Fellow, Co-Director, Centre for Social Protection, Institute of Development Studies, University... Read more
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Newsmax
Reading Books Adds Years to Lifeof 23 extra months of life. The Yale study wasn't the first to link reading wi
Reading Books Adds Years to Life
Newsmax / Posted 22 days ago
of 23 extra months of life. The Yale study wasn't the first to link reading with improved health. A study at Britain's University of Sussex found that reading was the best way to conquer stress, out-performing old standbys such as listening to... Read more
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New Kerala
'West versus the rest' a myth: newkerala.com #100091and they do not typically view themselves as more self-interested or self-relia
'West versus the rest' a myth: newkerala.com #100091
New Kerala / Posted 22 days ago
and they do not typically view themselves as more self-interested or self-reliant," said Vivian Vignoles, researcher at University of Sussex in Britain. The research explained how self-perceptions influence social relationships, health and... Read more
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The Columbian
UK desperately short of trade experts to lead Brexit talksproblem is finding the people to get the job done. Jim Rollo, deputy director
UK desperately short of trade experts to lead Brexit talks
The Columbian / Posted 23 days ago
problem is finding the people to get the job done. Jim Rollo, deputy director for the U.K. Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex, estimates that Britain has 30 to 50 civil servants with some expertise in trade negotiations. By the... Read more
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Salon.com
UK desperately short of trade experts to lead Brexit talksproblem is finding the people to get the job done. Jim Rollo, deputy director
UK desperately short of trade experts to lead Brexit talks
Salon.com / Posted 23 days ago
problem is finding the people to get the job done. Jim Rollo, deputy director for the U.K. Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex, estimates that Britain has 30 to 50 civil servants with some expertise in trade negotiations. By the... Read more
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Hunts Post
Parents pay tribute to Colette McCulloch killed in crash on the A1and A428, near St Neots. In a statement, her parents said: “Our daughter was a
Parents pay tribute to Colette McCulloch killed in crash on the A1
Hunts Post / Posted 23 days ago
and A428, near St Neots. In a statement, her parents said: “Our daughter was a graduate in English Literature at the University of Sussex. As well as writing extraordinary poems and short stories, she was also a talented artist who had... Read more
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PhysOrg
Research explodes the myth of a 'West vs. Rest' cultural divideA major international research project led by a University of Sussex academic p
Research explodes the myth of a 'West vs. Rest' cultural divide
PhysOrg / Posted 23 days ago
A major international research project led by a University of Sussex academic provides new evidence that the common belief in a cultural divide between the West and the rest of the world is little more than a myth. Cultural psychologists have long... Read more
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Daily News
Biodiversity greater inside Earth's protected areasto the largest analysis of biodiversity in terrestrial globally protected areas
Biodiversity greater inside Earth's protected areas
Daily News / Posted 28 days ago
to the largest analysis of biodiversity in terrestrial globally protected areas to date. The study, carried out by the University of Sussex, the Natural History Museum and the UN Environment Programme's World Conservation Monitoring Centre,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Zimbabwe Riots - Rise of New Political Economymodels and forms of expertise derived from the old economy are inadequate. A n
Zimbabwe Riots - Rise of New Political Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
models and forms of expertise derived from the old economy are inadequate. A new politics and economy of the informal urgently needs inventing. Ian Scoones is a professorial fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University o... Read more
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PhysOrg
Largest ever study reveals globally protected areas benefit broad range of speciesThis infographic shows the countries in which the study took place and the prot
Largest ever study reveals globally protected areas benefit broad range of species
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
This infographic shows the countries in which the study took place and the protected area sites. Credit: The University of Sussex The world's protected areas do benefit a broad range of species - scientists from a collaborative research project led... Read more
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International Business Times
Far right targets Muslim women in Facebook hate campaigns which is national guidance, for those responding to hate crime. "In addition,
Far right targets Muslim women in Facebook hate campaigns
International Business Times / Posted 29 days ago
which is national guidance, for those responding to hate crime. "In addition, more than £500,000 has been awarded to the University of Sussex and the Metropolitan Police through the Police Knowledge Fund to pilot a study that will examine the... Read more
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Quartz
There will be 1.8 billion Indians by 2050. GM crops are the only way to feed them allbe assessed on a case-by-case basis,” says Dominic Glover, a research fellow at
There will be 1.8 billion Indians by 2050. GM crops are the only way to feed them all
Quartz / Posted 29 days ago
be assessed on a case-by-case basis,” says Dominic Glover, a research fellow at the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex in the UK. “It makes a difference if you are talking about a cash crop like cotton or a food crop such... Read more
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dna
Hope for Alzheimer's cure as scientists develop proteinsticky clumps of Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individua
Hope for Alzheimer's cure as scientists develop protein
dna / Posted 1 months ago
sticky clumps of Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that are not stuck together. Now, University of Sussex scientists have created a new protein, which closely resembles the Abeta protein in size and shape, but... Read more
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New Kerala
Hope for Alzheimer's cure as scientists develop protein - newkerala.com #95175clumps of Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual prote
Hope for Alzheimer's cure as scientists develop protein - newkerala.com #95175
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
clumps of Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that are not stuck together. Now, University of Sussex scientists have created a new protein, which closely resembles the Abeta protein in size and shape, but... Read more
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Psych Central
Designer Protein May Shed New Light on Alzheimer’s DiseaseUK scientists at the University of Sussex have designed a new protein that may
Designer Protein May Shed New Light on Alzheimer’s Disease
Psych Central / Posted 1 months ago
UK scientists at the University of Sussex have designed a new protein that may help shed light on why nerve cells die in people with Alzheimer’s disease, according to new research published in the journal Scientific Reports. The new protein closely... Read more
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NBC News
Donald Trump is Appealing to Fear — Will It Win Him Votes?is based upon pseudoscience." Some of the best-known work was done by Ryota Ka
Donald Trump is Appealing to Fear — Will It Win Him Votes?
NBC News / Posted 1 months ago
is based upon pseudoscience." Some of the best-known work was done by Ryota Kanai, a former researcher at Britain's University of Sussex who has now formed a brain imaging company in Japan called Araya Brain Imaging. Kanai used functional... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
New protein helps scientists understand Alzheimer's diseaseAbeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that
New protein helps scientists understand Alzheimer's disease
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that are not stuck together. Now, scientists from University of Sussex in the UK have created a new protein which closely resembles the Abeta protein in size and shape, but... Read more
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dna
New protein helps scientists understand Alzheimer's diseaseAbeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that a
New protein helps scientists understand Alzheimer's disease
dna / Posted 1 months ago
Abeta proteins have different effects, compared with individual proteins that are not stuck together. Now, scientists from University of Sussex in the UK have created a new protein which closely resembles the Abeta protein in size and shape, but... Read more
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New Kerala
Novel protein acts as research tool for Alzheimer's disease - newkerala.com #94506of Amyloid-beta into bigger species is critical in its ability to kill cells,"
Novel protein acts as research tool for Alzheimer's disease - newkerala.com #94506
New Kerala / Posted 1 months ago
of Amyloid-beta into bigger species is critical in its ability to kill cells," said lead author Karen Marshall from the University of Sussex in Britain. Further, stopping the protein aggregating in people with Alzheimer's can slow down the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Religion and Development in Malawiof consciousness and religion, shall we argue that development cannot take plac
Religion and Development in Malawi
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
of consciousness and religion, shall we argue that development cannot take place while people are enjoying their to freedom of religion and consciousness? Chimwemwe John Paul Manyozo, is a Malawi Student at University of Sussex, in Bri... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New protein may help scientists understand role of Abeta in Alzheimer's diseasewhich will help scientists to understand why nerve cells die in people with Alz
New protein may help scientists understand role of Abeta in Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
which will help scientists to understand why nerve cells die in people with Alzheimer's disease has been designed in a University of Sussex laboratory. In people with Alzheimer's, Amyloid-beta (Abeta) proteins stick together to make amyloid... Read more
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chroniclelive
How do Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith shape up in our tale of the tape?authority. Smith is a former pupil of Barry Comprehensive School in Barry, Wale
How do Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith shape up in our tale of the tape?
chroniclelive / Posted 1 months ago
authority. Smith is a former pupil of Barry Comprehensive School in Barry, Wales, then studied History and French at the University of Sussex. Experience outside Parliament: Corbyn boasts classical Labour credentials, working as a trade union... Read more
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Christian Today
Doctors who object to abortion face 'harassment and abuse', say MPscould complete the training necessary. One witness, Dr Arianne Shahvisi, lectu
Doctors who object to abortion face 'harassment and abuse', say MPs
Christian Today / Posted 1 months ago
could complete the training necessary. One witness, Dr Arianne Shahvisi, lecturer in medical ethics and humanities at the University of Sussex, told the inquiry young people should not study medicine if they can't participate in abortions. She... Read more

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