For the Brighton Science Festival this month, Dr David Schwartzman and Dr Keisuke Suzuki are showcasing their research on visual hallucinations.
ACCA's spring 2018 programme draws on some of the most important themes of our times for inspiration: power, equality, protest and the environment.
Liam Hackett, head of anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label and a Sussex alumnus, reveals the personal challenges that drive him.
Lady Hollick OBE, Sussex alumna and campaigner for human rights, is receiving an honorary doctorate at the University’s Winter Graduation (2018).
Sussex academics describe how collaborating with research volunteers can benefit everyone.
Professor Maggie Boden, one of the most eminent experts in artificial intelligence, reflects on her 50 years of puzzling the mind-brain problem.
The University of Sussex's Winter Graduation ceremonies take place next week and the University will be awarding two new honorary degrees.
Geomorphologist Dr John Barlow is using drones to understand how and when coastal rockfalls happen.
A new University of Sussex initiative is helping neighbourhoods to stay peaceful after dark.
East Slope bar will always be special for Tan and Miriam Sharma. It’s where they met in 2005 – and where they celebrated their marriage this year.
Nearly 200 former residents gathered for a special party at East Slope to reminisce about life in the hillside warren that's soon to be replaced.
The political economist and University of Sussex honorary graduate argues the case for the "unalloyed truth".
Clothes and homeware designer John Rocha describes his journey from a high-rise in Hong Kong to the height of haute couture.
Biologist Dr Mika Peck and musician Dr Alice Eldridge are using their expertise to find out what's happening soundwise in our natural environments.
The experiences of conscientious objectors during the First World War has inspired a choral performance at Newhaven Fort in East Sussex this weekend.
Birds have been a constant source of inspiration for writers, says Dr Will Abberley, curator of 'Stories on the Wing' at Brighton's Booth Museum.
Historian Professor Carol Dyhouse's new book shows how economics, technology and politics have helped to shape women's desire.
Rev Chris McDermott, University of Sussex Lead Chaplain, talks about how to cross religious boundaries.