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Sussex physicist among winners of international science prize

9 November 2015

A Sussex researcher is among 1,300 scientists, working on five neutrino experiments, to be awarded the $3m Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.

One World Week 2016 - call for event proposals

6 November 2015

International Student Support and the Students' Union are organising the third annual One World Week.

University teaching innovation prize for Dr Kathy Romer

3 November 2015

Dr Kathy Romer, Reader In Astrophysics, has been awarded a 2015 University Teaching Innovation Prize. The prize of £5000 for each winner...

University teaching innovation prizes for Dr Ali Taheri and Dr Nicos Georgiou

3 November 2015

Two members of faculty from the Department of Mathematics have received a 2015 University Teaching Innovation Prize: Dr Ali Taheri, Reader in...

Mobile/Technologies Week encourages innovative use of technologies at Sussex

2 November 2015

The Library and Technology Enhanced Learning have organised a week of events on the use of technologies to support teaching, learning and research.

Still time to complete the International Student Barometer

2 November 2015

International students at Sussex are curently taking place in the world's largest student survey. The International Student Barometer (ISB for...

Student Nathaniel Wiesendanger Shaw to represent England at the Commonwealth Powerlifting Championships

28 October 2015

MPhys Theoretical Physics (Research Placement) student, Nathaniel Wiesendanger Shaw, has been selected to represent England at the Commonwealth...

Careers Fair 2015 is nearly upon us

28 October 2015

Next Wednesday (4 November) over 130 different organisations will be gracing the AMEX stadium for Careers Fair 2015.

Dr Istvan Kiss featured in SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems (SIADS)

27 October 2015

A paper by Dr Istvan Kiss, Reader in Mathematics, was recently featured in SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical systems(SIADS) on Dynamic...

Blind Sussex student will describe his 'genius' invention to MPs

16 October 2015

A blind undergraduate will be meeting MPs to highlight the challenges he and other visually impaired people face in learning science and maths.

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