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Scientists find cancer weak spots for new targeted drugs

24 February 2015

Scientists have identified weak spots in cancer cells that could be targeted and attacked by new precision drugs.


Chickenpox on campus

23 February 2015

There have been a couple of cases of Chickenpox on campus


Celebrating diversity - One World Week returns 16–21 March

18 February 2015

Staff and students are teaming up once again to organise a week of events and activities to celebrate the University's international outlook.


Student entrepreneurs win £2,000 bursaries for health, political and tech ideas

17 February 2015

Four enterprising Sussex students have won three £2,000 bursaries to develop business ideas in the fields of technology, health and politics.


Love Sussex? Vote for US in student awards

13 February 2015

WhatUni? have launched their Student Choice Awards for 2015 and are looking for Sussex students to give feedback on their experience of uni life.


Annual Teaching and Learning Conference

10 February 2015

Teaching and Learning 2015-2020: Strategies for student engagement at Sussex This year's Teaching and Learning Conference is taking place on...


Fourth round of the Research Development Fund launched today

9 February 2015

The Research Development Fund is designed to develop activities enabling substantive external research proposals.


Next generation of dementia scientists to explore genetic risk of Alzheimer’s

5 February 2015

A gene that increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by up to 10 times will be the focus of a new research centre launched today at Sussex.


University of Sussex unveils £10k scholarships for postgrads

28 January 2015

The University of Sussex has more than tripled its top scholarships for postgraduates to £10,000 for the 2015-16 academic year.


Doctoral research is helping to save bees

23 January 2015

Gardeners could make their space 100 times more attractive to bees, says Mihail Garbuzov, a PhD researcher who graduates this morning (23 January).


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