On Saturday 29 July, female scientists from across the south-east will take to their soapboxes on Brighton seafront.
Daniel Hajas, who graduates today (21 July) with an MSc in Theoretical Physics, has developed an app that will help blind people to study science.
More than 60 school pupils donned mortarboards and gowns last weekend to celebrate their graduation from a study programme at Sussex.
The University side played against the County Cricket Club's staff team, headed by CEO and former England Rugby fly-half Rob Andrew.
Team PollinATE are looking for allotment growers in Brighton to volunteer for a citizen science project.
A blind student at the University of Sussex has developed a new app that will make it easier for visually impaired people to study science.
Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas has praised the work of University of Sussex scientist Dr Amy Gardner as "cutting edge" and "mind-expanding".
An event to raise awareness and money to combat podo (or podoconiosis) will be taking place next week at Small Batch Coffee’s Jubilee Street store.
Local residents enjoyed a fun-filled day of discovery last weekend at the University of Sussex’s first ever free Community Festival.
Summer school residents and conference visitors have been moving into the residences. Bookings for summer rooms are open until the end of August.
A new network led by a neurologist at BSMS is being inaugurated during Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Month.
Carers can care well only if they are cared for – that is one of the messages to come out of the Sussex Caring for the Carers 2017 conference at BSMS.
University of Sussex staff and students led a clean-up this week of a residential street in the Bevendean area of Brighton.
Residents across Brighton & Hove and Sussex are invited to a day of free fun and discovery at the end of June at the first Sussex Community Festival.
The University of Sussex’s catering service, SussexFood, has teamed up with the charity Team Domenica to help one young man succeed as a pastry chef.
The experiences of conscientious objectors during the First World War has inspired a choral performance at Newhaven Fort in East Sussex this weekend.
As the UK gears up for a general election, students at the University of Sussex have been bringing politics to life for local school children.
Students at the University of Sussex have helped more than 600 people through an innovative partnership with a local Citizens Advice service.
Bring your family and friends on to the University of Sussex campus this summer, when we will be opening up our doors for a free Community Festival.
A group of VIPs officially marked the start of construction work on a new student village in a ground-breaking ceremony yesterday (Wednesday 17 May).