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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...


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.


Get involved with the Students' Union spring term elections and referenda

12 January 2017

Students will be putting themselves forward for a variety of roles with the Students’ Union this term, and you could be involved.


Life Sciences building to provide high-tech research and learning experience

25 October 2016

A new Life Sciences building will transform the way scientists carry out research and provide students with a high-tech learning experience.


Ian McKellen leads tributes to Nobel Prize winner Harry Kroto

30 August 2016

Actor Sir Ian McKellen led tributes to his childhood friend and Nobel Prize winner Professor Sir Harry Kroto at a celebration day on campus last week.


Studying chemistry at Sussex inspires pursuit of an academic career

21 July 2016

Rob Ziolek, who graduates today before starting a PhD, was attracted by the Chemistry department’s supportive and friendly environment.


Obituary: Harry Kroto

6 May 2016

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.


Tribute to Sir Harry Kroto

2 May 2016

World-leading chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Sir Harold Kroto FRS has died at the age of 76.


School’s support for women scientists recognised in award first

28 April 2016

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.


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