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Research reveals new insights into a key antibiotic target in the fight against TB

30 June 2015

Scientists at the University of Sussex have unraveled a key process in the bacterium that causes tuberculosis (TB).


Rudd Centre undertakes major evaluation of adoption support programme

30 June 2015

An innovative support programme for adoptive families in the early days of their new life together is to be evaluated by the Sussex Rudd Centre.


Camps open up chemistry to under-represented students

26 June 2015

More than 80 15-year-olds have been on campus this week to take part in two residential chemistry ‘camps’.


Sussex conference focuses on the international student experience

26 June 2015

Sussex is to play host to a major conference organised by the UK's national advisory body for international students and those who work with them.


Sussex Library joins Research Libraries UK

25 June 2015

Membership of an organisation that is “shaping the modern research library” will enable the Sussex Library to develop its collections and services.


Geordies get a taste of Soapbox Science

25 June 2015

Shoppers in Newcastle on Saturday will hear Sussex astrophysicist Dr Kathy Romer tell them about Dark Energy and why it might tear them to pieces.


Best friendships help disadvantaged teens overcome adversity, study shows

25 June 2015

A single close friendship can help young people thrive in challenging circumstances, says a new Sussex study.


University social mobility initiatives bring success, but men get left behind

25 June 2015

Male students could soon become under-represented at university, UCAS told delegates at a national widening participation event held at Sussex.


University welcomes Brighton Pride visitors

24 June 2015

Bookings are open to stay on campus for the Brighton Pride weekend, 31 July-1 August.


Chances of winning the Lottery set to be lower than ever, says Sussex mathematician

19 June 2015

With more numbers and bigger jackpots, Sussex statistician Dr John Haigh says the chances of winning the National Lottery will be smaller than ever.


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