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Please find listings of our 2014 new stories below:
News from 2014
TV is dying
TV will soon be forced out of the market by fast-emerging wearable technologies such as virtual reality head-mounted displays.
Booker author Jim Crace reading at the university
Critically acclaimed writer Jim Crace will read extracts from Harvest which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize.
Jack the rapper joins world famous classical school
Digital Music and Sound Arts graduate Jack Jakaboski, has become the first rapper to be accepted at the renowned Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
Back to the Future. Projects in Innovation: Innovation in Projects.
Back to the Future. Projects in Innovation: Innovation in Projects. Inaugural lecture from Professor Tim Brady.
Better dementia care is the key to solving NHS challenges
Today's health and social care services are missing important opportunities to provide better care and to decrease the cost of emergency admissions to hospitals, says Professor Sube Banerjee.
The hidden discrimination faced by people with diabetes
Fifteen in every 100 UK people with diabetes have suffered discrimination and the public needs to improve their understanding of the condition, according to a new publication by the university.
Next generation anti-doping
Next generation anti-doping: a fairer future for world-class sport – inaugural lecture from Professor Yannis Pitsiladis. Event now fully booked but a video will be available after the event.
Opening the door to careers
Youngsters wanting careers in science, engineering or the environment are being invited to open evenings organised by a new Sussex college, co-sponsored by the University of Brighton.
What body language says about Cameron and Miliband
Ed Miliband has the hands of a geek while David Cameron's pursed lips are tell-tale signs of anxiety, according to a body language study by Dr Harry Witchel.
500k grant to reduce sexually transmitted infections
Brighton and Sussex Medical School is sharing in a £500,000 grant to find effective behavioural interventions for STIs.
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