A new app is being launched this week that could transform the way music is taught and played in schools.
East Slope bar will always be special for Tan and Miriam Sharma. It’s where they met in 2005 – and where they celebrated their marriage this year.
Two Brighton buses will be decked out with science for a year, in a project organised by Dr Lily Asquith, a physicist at the University of Sussex.
Three Asa Briggs Visiting Fellows will be giving guest lectures at Sussex this autumn and they are available to book online now.
Leading scientists are in Brighton from 5-9 September for the British Science Festival, with experts from the University of Sussex playing a key role.
A group of Crawley students are closer to a university place after a year on a programme to support bright students from less advantaged backgrounds.
Brighton Pride 2017 featured the University’s first ever parade float - see our photo gallery of a fun day, featuring parasols and rainbow robes.
Lewes's Railway Land Nature Reserve has been a place of discovery for hundreds of local school children.
Former British Ambassador, Dame Denise Holt, will take over as Chair of Council from the current Chair Christian Brodie next year.
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.
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.