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Roll up, roll up … for telescopes, planetariums and amphibians at Lewes science fair

23 April 2018

University of Sussex scientists have organised a free festival in Lewes this weekend to excite children about science.


Professor to lead bid to help UK harness the power of sound and become an emerging technology global leader

10 April 2018

A University of Sussex professor has been handed the task of making the UK a world-leader in technology which harnesses the power of sound waves.


University of Sussex worth £343 million to regional economy

5 April 2018

The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.


Soapbox Science returns to Brighton seafront in June

7 February 2018

Soapbox Science will be returning to Brighton seafront on Saturday 2 June 2018. The call for speakers is now open – apply by 23 February.


It is "sheer fantasy" to think AI will ever match an intelligent human

15 January 2018

Professor Maggie Boden, one of the most eminent experts in artificial intelligence, reflects on her 50 years of puzzling the mind-brain problem.


Leverhulme Trust to fund doctoral scholarships at Sussex in sensation, perception and awareness

8 January 2018

One of the UK’s largest providers of research funding is to fund a new million-pound inter-disciplinary doctoral training programme at Sussex.


Final 10 announced in student entrepreneur competition

20 December 2017

The 10 finalists of a student entrepreneur competition have been announced.


Sussex Placements teams shortlisted for 'Best University Placement Service' award

11 December 2017

Sussex staff supporting professional placements have been shortlisted for a 2018 National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Award.


Universities and Science Minister opens £11-million Future Technologies Labs at University of Sussex

27 November 2017

New £11-million facility opened at the University of Sussex for teaching future workers about robotics and other rapidly developing technologies.


No-growth economy could mean fewer crashes and higher wages, study shows

10 November 2017

An economy based on zero growth could be more stable – experiencing fewer crashes – and bring higher wages, suggests a new University of Sussex study.


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