A Nobel Prize-winner has doubled his gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to his Nobel medal.
Organic chemist Dr D. R. M. (Dave) Walton has died at the age of 77 after a very long illness.
The Who's iconic album, and the film it inspired, come under the spotlight for the 50th anniverary of the mods and rockers clash on Brighton beach.
Many Sussex students have been helped this year thanks to the generosity of our alumni and friends who have support of the Sussex Fund.
Dr Jörn Scharlemann's pioneering computer model can predict the future of Earth’s ecosystems and could help address key environmental concerns.
Sussex psychology study supports Darwin's theory that music's primary function is sexual courtship.
Two Students’ Union officers completed the Brighton Marathon yesterday (Sunday 6 April), raising nearly £500 (so far) for the Sussex Fund.
Neville Symonds, the founding Professor of Microbial Genetics from 1965 to 1989, died on 17 March at the age of 89.
Prof Michael Lappert, whose chemistry research covered almost every element in the periodic table, has died at the age of 85.
A new research centre that will focus on promoting knowledge and implementing support for vulnerable children and families in the UK, with an...