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A team of scientists led by Professor Richard Layfield has published breakthrough research regarding single molecule magnets.
Students have voted the University of Sussex best for political scene and nightlife in a new survey of British universities.
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts are a producing partner for Cine-City, Brighton's film festival (November 2018).
Leaving the EU could make rewilding an attractive option for landowners across the UK, according to a team of experts led by the University of Sussex.
Mediterranean World Heritage sites such as Venice, Pisa and the Medieval City of Rhodes are under severe threat of coastal erosion and flooding,
Dr Mahmoud Maina, a research fellow in Biochemistry, has won a competition recognising research in Africa which makes a positive impact on society.
Researchers have become the first in the world to develop technology which can bend sound waves around an obstacle and levitate an object above it.
Research by the University of Sussex has played in key role in the creation of a hugely significant new report on climate change.
Sussex law department has scooped the national Citizens Advice ‘Advice Project of the Year’ award with Citizens Advice Central and South Sussex.
Trade friendship – Georgetown University and Sussex academics continue to shape thinking on UK-US trade
Academics from Georgetown University and the University of Sussex met this week to continue their collaboration on US - UK trade policy
Researchers at the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme respond to the IPCC SR15 report with a message of hope.
‘Smart strategies’ can reduce emissions and more, according to researchers. SSRP researchers respond to the IPCC SR15 report with a message of hope.
Apps that can detect what mode of transport phone users are travelling on and automatically offer relevant advice are set to become a reality.
Forgotten Surrealists Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff are back in the limelight, thanks to a new exhibition co-curated by Dr Hope Wolf.
Music education at significant risk of disappearing as a sustained curriculum offer no longer the norm in secondary
New research shows an increasing number of schools have reduced or completely removed music in the curriculum for lower secondary school students.
An academic from the University of Sussex appeared on BBC Countryfile’s hour-long Wildlife Special to reveal the plight of British wildlife.
Two historians are celebrating after an open-access journal for which they sit on the editorial board, reached a million annual page visits.
Theatre is being used to provoke discussions on inequality and exclusion in a collaborative project.
Art historian Dr Alexandra Loske has curated an exhibition about the restoration of the Royal Pavilion Saloon, drawing on her Sussex PhD to do so.
Prof Dave Goulson becomes ‘Minister of Pesticides’ in a public manifesto for wildlife, created and led by TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham.