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Image from newly opened Attenborough Archive showing Lord Attenborough as a young man.

Life, camera, action

Richard Attenborough papers open to the public at University of Sussex archive.

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British mammals' fight for survival

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Conference to celebrate the culture of disco

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The Prodigal Tongue

Lynne Murphy, Professor of Linguistics at Sussex, explains why she wrote The Prodigal Tongue, a wry examination of the welcome and unwelcome influences and exchanges in language between American and British English...

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Preparations hot up for second-ever Sussex Community Festival

15 June 2018

It’s beginning to hot up for the University of Sussex’s second-ever Community Festival, which returns on Sunday 24 June.


Modules and rockers: Sussex campus plays host to 2018 edition of Brighton Modular Meet

15 June 2018

One of the largest events of its kind brings together synth experimenters from Brighton and beyond in collaboration with Brighton Modular Sessions.


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Much more than hats and a canal: Lone Panamanian student urges neutrals to back his heroes at the World Cup

21 June 2018

Panamanian student Anibal Cardenas Mosquera will be cheering his homeland on at a screening of the game with England at the Community Festival.


How University of Sussex researchers are bringing female scientists in the city together

20 June 2018

Two researchers are looking to bring together scientists of all descriptions in Brighton & Hove in a new campaigning support group.


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Major new project to examine the politics of fracking in the UK

21 June 2018

Researchers aim to discover whether shale gas exploration is the route to a low carbon future or a costly detour for the energy industry.


NASA to test Sussex physicist’s atomic bubble trap theory in space

19 June 2018

Professor Barry Garraway's 18-year-old theory about cooled atoms will be put to the test on the International Space Station.


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