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Obituary: David Bourne

21 February 2017

Dave Bourne, who served for 20 years in various roles in the University, died on 22 January.


Fill out your end-of-term survey to claim your free print credit!

20 February 2017

The new end-of-term surveys open today for students. All students who fully complete the survey get print credit as a thank you for their time.


Sussex appoints renowned former UNEP Chief Scientist as Sustainability Research Programme Director

15 February 2017

Sussex has appointed renowned environmental scientist Professor Joseph Alcamo as Director of the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme.


University's 'landmark' Life Sciences building given go ahead

8 February 2017

A new state-of-the-art Life Sciences building at the University of Sussex can go ahead, councillors have decided.


Have some hands-on fun at the Brighton Science Festival

8 February 2017

University of Sussex scientists are inviting children and adults to enjoy some hands-on science fun at a bumper Brighton Science Festival this month.


GSK Residential Chemistry Training Experience 2017

2 February 2017

Are you an analytical, computational or synthetic chemistry undergraduate about to enter your final year of study who would like to gain an insight...


Sussex Research names first Harry Kroto Fellows

1 February 2017

Sussex Research has awarded two Harry Kroto Fellowships in the first round of this new scheme to Dr Sarah Scuzzarello and Dr Liang Chen.


Opportunities for Sussex PhD students to visit Hong Kong for research collaborations

27 January 2017

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is inviting applications from doctoral researchers at Sussex for its Global Scholarship Programme.


‘Survival gene’ stops strains of TB mutating into deadly ‘superbugs’

27 January 2017

Discovery of a gene in bacteria has important implications for understanding antibiotic resistance.


Studying neuroscience opens up new doors

27 January 2017

Studying neuroscience has opened up new doors for Sergio Rossoni, an Italian student who won the 2016 Sussex Neuroscience Prize for his final project.


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