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Sussex scientists receive £5.5m to develop next-generation quantum technology devices

26 November 2014

Sussex scientists have been awarded £5.5 million to develop devices that could radically change how we understand our world.

Lecturer’s CINECITY film charts Chile’s traumatic history

25 November 2014

A Sussex lecturer’s film about his family’s ordeal at the hands of Chilean dictator General Pinochet has its debut screening in Brighton.

Confusing patient/doctor relationships affect cancer treatment decisions, says new study

25 November 2014

A blurring of professional boundaries can affect young cancer doctors' objectivity when treating patients, according to a study from Sussex and BSMS.

£600k boost for drug discovery team at Sussex

25 November 2014

Sussex has been awarded £600,000 to boost its work on discovering and developing new drugs to treat cancer and neurological diseases.

BMEc Placements Team shortlisted for National Undergraduate Employability award

24 November 2014

The BMEc Placements Team have been shortlisted for a National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) award for 'Most Improved Commitment to Employability'.

University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision

24 November 2014

The University intends to appeal against Brighton & Hove City Council’s decision to turn down an outline application to modernise its campus.

University of Sussex scientist paired with Brighton MP

24 November 2014

An evolutionary biologist at the University of Sussex has been paired with Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion, as part of a nationwide scheme.

Sussex professor to discuss voice and radio on BBC Radio 3

21 November 2014

A Sussex professor’s lecture on the power of radio to influence the public is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 next week (26 November).

Life Sciences student wins field trip photography prize

20 November 2014

A Sussex biology student has won a University photography competition with her photo of a Hawk Moth.

Stingless bees bite to the death to defend colony

19 November 2014

Sussex researchers have found that stingless bees will engage in suicidal biting in order to defend their colony.

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