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Seeing life through a different lens
We caught up with Geography with Archaeology graduate Ahmet Uyar, who reflects on his time as a student at Brighton and how exploring some of our human geography modules in particular encouraged him to see life through a different lens. The course (More)
Brighton and Sussex universities go head to head in City Nature Challenge 2021
Brighton's two universities have added a competition to their participation in a major annual global challenge to boost ecological engagement worldwide. Dr Rachel White and More)
How building scientific skills in Brighton led to a career in neuroscience in Barcelona
Helena Isla graduated from MRes Bioscience in 2018. She is now enjoying her job as a lab technician at Vall d’Hebron Hospital in Barcelona and is about to embark on her PhD. She took some time out to tell us about her experience of studying at Bright (More)
Alumni in the spotlight - George Plant shares his career advice and experience
After graduating with a Civil Engineering MEng, George Plant now has a successful career as a structural engineer at award winning structural engineering consultancy, Curtins. He also regularly comes back to the University of Brighton to give lecture (More)
Life as third year a Biomedical Science student
We chatted to Ugonna Okoro, third year Biomedical Science BSc(Hons) student who talked about the course, career prospects and life at uni. "Because I wante (More)
Living and studying in Brighton has exceeded anything I could have imagined
Congratulations to Bethany Croucher who was awarded the IMechE Best Student certificate at our school awards ceremony earlier this year. Bethany is in her 2nd year studying Automotive Engineering BEng(Hons) and we caught up with her to find out more (More)
Dominique's journey from undergrad to postgrad study
Dominique Cuthill tells about her undergraduate experience and her placement. "I completed an undergraduate course in BSc Hons Environmental Science but am (More)
Study points the way for new greener transport using local biomethane upcycling
Research by Brighton's Advanced Engineering Centre and technology consultancy Ricardo could lead to greener vehicles powered by local ecosystem waste products. Published in the journal Energies, (More)
Brighton researchers take key roles in new Hydrogen Sussex initiative
The University of Brighton are part of a new project to put the Brighton area at the forefront of a hydrogen fuel revolution as part of a zero carbon economy. The involvement ties in with the university's role as the south-east hub of More)
Designing field work in a pandemic
The COVID pandemic and the need to socially distance can create problems for fieldwork, but it’s still possible to gather data safely. Last semester Dr Nick McGlynn, Dr Paul Gilchrist and Dr Carl Bonner-Thompson created a new, local field trip on the (More)
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