New improvements have been agreed to the system previously known as Mitigating Evidence (MEC), including a name change to ‘Exceptional Circumstances’.
A Sussex physicist is one of just five early-career researchers across the UK to be awarded a fellowship to lead the country’s quantum tech quest.
Sussex Research have launched the fifth round of the Research Development Fund today (Friday 25 September).
The University of Sussex has been ranked 19th in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016, to be published this Sunday (20 September).
Physics PhD student Darren de Motte has been given the opportunity to visit two renowned scientific research facilities in the UK this year, the...
Student Jack Praill who is studying for a BSc Physics with Astrophysics degree is spending his third year studying abroad at the University of Texas,...
This summer as part of our Research Placement exchange programme the Department hosted two students from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. The...
Leading physicists from around the globe are at the University of Sussex this week to discuss the latest developments in atomic and quantum physics.
An international team of researchers, including two Sussex astronomers, discovered that the universe is slowly dying.
An experiment involving Sussex physicists came closer to illuminating the universe’s earliest moments after seeing evidence of neutrino oscillations.