Sussex staff will explore the human brain, give a bee's eye view of the world, and demonstrate geometry with bubbles at a science festival next month.
Pete Hurley, who graduates this afternoon (22 January) with a PhD in Astronomy, has turned a life-threatening illness into stellar success.
Elias Sadkni, who graduated today, will put his MA in Conflict Security and Development to good use by carrying out aid work in Syria.
Mushrooms grown by two enterprising Sussex graduates were used by TV chef Jamie Oliver in a ‘food waste feast’ on Channel 4 last week.
More than 1,800 students, representing more than 100 countries, will be conferred with degrees and diplomas at Sussex's winter graduation ceremonies.
Two guest speakers at this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations will pay tribute to the remarkable war stories of their Jewish relatives
Michael Chowen, founder of Sussex Stationers and one of the University’s long-standing supporters, has been awarded a CBE in the New...
Hollywood heartthrob Jake Gyllenhaal is making his Broadway debut in a play that drew on the lives and work of University of Sussex physicists.
The University of Sussex welcomed nearly a hundred Year 12 pupils from 22 different schools across Sussex and London to the start of the...
The University of Sussex carries out world-leading research that has a positive impact on people’s lives, the outcome of a review of research...