At Brighton we both identify and question many of the central issues of cultural identity and innovation.
Keywords:Sustainable design | Photography Performing Arts | Fine Art | Curation and criticism | Design History | Media studies
| Sport and Leisure studies | Computer Science | Architecture | Sculpture | Design
As well as contributing £330m to the local economy, and employing over 2,400 staff, our research inputs into business innovation and creativity.
Keywords: Innovation | Cultural Heritage | Complex Product Systems | Business and Management | SMEs | Manufacturing innovation | Entrepreneurship | Creative industries | User-led innovation
Brighton's research seeks to generate new knowledge of earth systems and of human actions that affect the environment.
Keywords:Automotive Engineering | Sustainable design | Pollution and environmental management | Earth Systems | Hydrogeology | Geochemical Processes | Ecology | Sedimentology and Environmental Change
Scientists and clinicians at the university are pioneering new treatments and approaches in a wide variety of key health areas.
Biomedical Materials | Infection and Inflammation | Disease Processes | Sport and Exercise Science | Nursing and Midwifery | Health Professions | Health Promotion | Chemical Biology | Oncology | Neuroscience | Musculoskeletal | Wellbeing
Brighton's social scientists are at the forefront of research in three key areas: society at work, society at leisure and society in transition.
Social Welfare and Citizenship Psychosocial Studies | Criminology | Education and Literacy | Land and space | History | Community engagement | Tourism and development | Social Informatics | Society and Environment | History and memory
People decide to study for a research degree for many reasons and at different points in their lives.
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Course types | Research methodology training | student divisions | entry requirements | attendance options | funding | fees | professional doctorates
The University of Brighton Research Repository
This is a central institutional repository that records the work of the university's researchers. It is an 'open access', organic resource and is freely available via the web to researchers worldwide.
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