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Scientists to develop precision medicines which exploit DNA damage as treatments for cancer

25 July 2016

The University of Sussex to lead multi-million pound project to revolutionise cancer treatments


Sussex student wins award for cheap eating app

22 July 2016

Entrepreneurial University of Sussex student Risha Jindal has been named Young Achiever of the Year in the British Indian Awards 2016.


Action will be necessary to keep access to lucrative government procurement markets after Brexit

21 July 2016

Experts in international trade at Sussex warn that steps need to be taken before the UK leaves the EU, to assure access to global procurement markets.


Sally Munt appointed Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts

20 July 2016

An academic from the School of Media, Film and Music (MFM) has been appointed as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).


Sussex celebrates its most global graduation

15 July 2016

Students from the University of Sussex will come together next week to graduate from a truly global institution.


Sussex highly commended for excellence in international student support

14 July 2016

The University of Sussex has been highly commended for its arrival and welcome programme for new international students.


Student race engineers gear up for Silverstone contest

13 July 2016

Student engineers at Sussex are gearing up for a high-octane weekend at the world’s largest student motorsport event, at Silverstone.


Student sustainability summit comes to Sussex

13 July 2016

A group of University of Sussex students are hosting a major student sustainability summit this month in conjunction with Keele University.


University of Sussex among best for nightlife and political scene

13 July 2016

Sussex is top in the south of England for student nightlife, and is one of the UK's most political universities, according consumer watchdog Which?.


Gulf stream slowdown to spare Europe from worst of climate change

11 July 2016

Europe will be spared the worst economic impacts of climate change by a slowing down of the Gulf Stream, new research predicts.


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