Professor Sir Harry Kroto FRS, one of three University of Sussex Chemistry professors who became Nobel Laureates, died on 30 April at the age of 76.
World-leading chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Sir Harold Kroto FRS has died at the age of 76.
The School of Life Sciences has received the University’s first ever Athena SWAN Silver award in recognition of its work to support female scientists.
A University of Sussex scientist who revealed the detailed chemistry of how enzymes work has been honoured with two blue plaques.
Dr Tim Metham, former Director of the Arts-Science Scheme, died on 22 August 2015 at the age of 67.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is offering final year chemistry undergraduates the opportunity to experience the work of a graduate chemist in the...
Professor John Murrell FRS, a distinguished theoretical chemist, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Science), and three times Dean, has died at the age of 83.
Sussex scientists praise one of the new Nobel Prize-winners for Chemistry who received an honorary degree from the University in 2013.
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More than 80 15-year-olds have been on campus this week to take part in two residential chemistry ‘camps’.