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Tudor play uncovered by Sussex researcher pops up at Universities UK showcase

23 May 2014

An Elizabethan play reworked by Professor Matthew Dimmock will be performed in a showcase to highlight the best of UK university research.

‘Listen to the bees’ to create healthy rural landscapes, says Sussex study

22 May 2014

Honey bees’ foraging preferences provides valuable information for governments about how to better manage rural landscapes, saySussex researchers.

Ian McEwan’s real and fictional past unite at campus discussion

19 May 2014

The living embodiment of one of his fictional creations as well as one of his former tutors were among the audience of famed novelist Ian McEwan.

Celebration to be held of the life of Dr Peter Unsworth

15 May 2014

Electrical engineer Dr Peter Unsworth, who worked at Sussex for 45 years and was an admired teacher and prolific inventor, has died.

Sussex honours double gold-medal winner

7 May 2014

A Nobel Prize-winner has doubled his gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to his Nobel medal.

Obituary: Dr David Walton

7 May 2014

Organic chemist Dr D. R. M. (Dave) Walton has died at the age of 77 after a very long illness.

Quadrophenia rides again for Sussex symposium on mods, The Who and scooters

30 April 2014

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.

Sussex students grateful for alumni support

29 April 2014

Many Sussex students have been helped this year thanks to the generosity of our alumni and friends who have support of the Sussex Fund.

Sussex scientist helps create the first computer model of all life on Earth

25 April 2014

Dr Jörn Scharlemann's pioneering computer model can predict the future of Earth’s ecosystems and could help address key environmental concerns.

If music be the food of love, play something complex

23 April 2014

Sussex psychology study supports Darwin's theory that music's primary function is sexual courtship.

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