The name of a Sussex academic and Holocaust survivor has been immortalised on the front of one of Brighton’s buses.
A Sussex graduate has been chosen to be part of the first set of start-ups to gain a place on the UK Trade and Investment...
Emeritus Prof Sir John Cornforth, who died on 8 Dec at the age of 96, won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1975 - the year that he came to Sussex.
Staff and students heard about the University of Sussex’s longstanding links with South Africa at a tribute event on 11 December for Nelson Mandela.
Interdisciplinary journal Excursions invites submissions that engage with a variety of interpretations of the concept of boundaries.
Sussex economics alumni returned to campus on 16 November to dispense their knowledge and advice to current students. Graduates with positions at...
Sussex staff and students have begun paying tribute to South Africa’s former President Nelson Mandela, who died yesterday (5 December) aged 95.
Sussex researchers are among a team of UK scientists who have discovered a gene that, when faulty, can cause excessive drinking.
Dr Sue Eckstein, a Sussex graduate twice over and Lecturer in Clinical and Biomedical Ethics in BSMS, died on Sunday (10 November).
A doctoral student in the Sussex European Institute (SEI) has been appointed to a ministerial post in the new Albanian government.