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University of Sussex ranked 18th in The Times and Sunday Times league table

23 September 2016

Sussex ranked number one in South East for graduate job prospects.


Toy makers circle as student designers hit on new craze

23 September 2016

Toy makers are in talks with product design students at the University of Sussex over bringing to life their idea for the next big campus craze.


Exhibitions help to restore India’s ‘lost’ botanical heritage

22 September 2016

A digital repatriation of India’s botanical heritage takes a step forward with two exhibitions curated by a Sussex historian.


Sussex academics bring leading experts together for refugee resettlement conference

22 September 2016

International experts working on refugee resettlement come together for the first time.


Sussex celebrates top-150 position in biggest-ever world rankings

22 September 2016

Sussex has been ranked 149th in the world in the latest international league table, retaining its top-150 position for the seventh successive year.


British attachment to nuclear submarines drives bias towards nuclear power

21 September 2016

British Government attachments to nuclear submarines help drive a strong bias in UK energy policy in favour of nuclear power - new SPRU report.


Through The Looking Glass – Sussex academic curates first ever virtual exhibition of Dalziel Brothers engravings

21 September 2016

The British Museum archive of 54,000 printed images includes work for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, 150 years on from original publication.


Skateboarding film shortlisted for national award

20 September 2016

A Sussex academic's documentary film about an informal London skate spot and its value in our cultural heritage is up for a gong.


Student sustainability summit comes to Sussex

19 September 2016

‘Sustainability Together’ was the theme of this year’s World Student Environmental Network (WSEN) Global Summit, held in July at Sussex and Keele.


Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say

19 September 2016

Biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical accidents suggests that nuclear power is an underappreciated extreme risk.


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