Brighton’s two universities have joined forces to organise one of the biggest careers fairs in the region.
Sussex scientists are working with partners at the University of Sheffield to produce the first accurate computer models of a honey bee brain.
Eighty-nine per cent of Sussex students are happy with their university experience, according to the results of the latest National Student Survey.
Biology student Katherine Fensome spent the summer sitting on the beautiful Sussex Downs – but it was all in the cause of science.
Melvyn Ansell’s JRA project studied small molecules to help solve one of the world’s biggest problems – the impact of CO2 emissions.
Sussex undergraduates gave up part of their holidays to get a taste of research on a University scheme to inspire the academics of tomorrow.
Scientists from Sussex have been awarded Government funding to help villagers in Papua New Guinea protect their country’s precious rainforest.
A Sussex neuroscientist has come up with a radical new approach in the pursuit of our understanding of consciousness.
Fellow students have paid tribute to Chaz Blinstrub, who is to be awarded a posthumous diploma at the graduation ceremony this afternoon (19 July).
Laurie Crossley gave up part of her summer to try to find out how changes in vital cell functions are linked to debilitating diseases in humans.