The University's second-ever Sussex Community Festival will be held on Sunday 24 June 2018 from 11am-3pm.
Football causes fans more pain than pleasure, new University of Sussex research suggests.
University of Sussex scientists have organised a free festival in Lewes this weekend to excite children about science.
Scores of plant species are capable of living dormant under the soil for up to 20 years, enabling them to survive through difficult times.
Five Asa Briggs Visiting Fellowship awards have been made to a prestigious group of international academics and Sussex faculty.
Dr Izzeldin Abuelaish visited Sussex to talk about his response to the death of his three daughters and a niece by a tank shelling in Gaza.
Staff and students joined thousands of other runners to take part in various events at the 2018 Brighton Marathon weekend (13-15 April).
Sussex visited Malaysia and Singapore to strengthen partnerships and provide opportunities for staff and students in one of the most dynamic regions.
Jake Thompson has created a bike light which can be used to flag up problems cyclists find on their ride including potholes and dangerous junctions.
A drug discovery company based at the Sussex Innovation Centre has attracted £29 million in funding to help fight respiratory diseases.
Teenagers from schools and colleges across Sussex and London have been learning how to build and program a robot during a WP programme on campus.
A university partnership set up to promote entrepreneurship based on social-science research has been awarded five million pounds by Research England.
The top-ranking American Studies department has been given further reason for cheer after scooping three awards at a prestigious ceremony.
A former University of Sussex economics student has become Botswana’s youngest-ever government minister.
Professor to lead bid to help UK harness the power of sound and become an emerging technology global leader
A University of Sussex professor has been handed the task of making the UK a world-leader in technology which harnesses the power of sound waves.
Sussex researchers are at the forefront of harnessing the magical properties of terahertz radiation.
Monday 9 April 2018: Michelle Gordon has been appointed as the University’s first Director of External Relations.
Clinical psychologist Dr Kathy Greenwood appeared on BBC One's ‘The One Show’ to discuss SlowMo, the UK’s first digital therapy for paranoia.
A University of Sussex energy expert is to write a key section of the next report of the most influential international panel on climate change.
A former MA student at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has been elected President of Costa Rica in Central America.