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Sussex proud to be part of major new project to explore mysteries of the universe

21 September 2017

The University of Sussex is heavily involved in a world-leading particle physics experiment that has just received substantial UK Government backing.


Obituary: Leon Mestel (1927-2017)

20 September 2017

Tributes have been paid to the eminent Sussex astronomer and astrophysicist, Emeritus Professor Leon Mestel FRS, who died on 15 September, aged 90.


Graduate Rachel Harries joins the Outreach team

20 September 2017

The Department is delighted to welcome back graduate Rachel Harries who through The Ogden Trust, a charitable trust promoting the teaching and...


Sussex physicist adds a little stardust to the daily commute

15 September 2017

Two of Brighton’s number 25 buses have been decked out with science for a year.


Buses get a stellar makeover for science

31 August 2017

Two Brighton buses will be decked out with science for a year, in a project organised by Dr Lily Asquith, a physicist at the University of Sussex.


Photo gallery: Soapbox Science

31 July 2017

On Saturday 29 July, female scientists from across the south-east took to Brighton seafront in a bid to answer some of life’s biggest questions.


Visiting student Anna Kormu simulates cosmic necklaces

27 July 2017

The Department recently hosted a physics undergraduate student from Helsinki. Anna Kormu who has just completed her second year, spent a month at...


Sussex and strategic partners nurture the next generation of global research talent

25 July 2017

Visiting students from leading global universities presented undergraduate research at an event at Sussex last week.


Come along to Brighton’s first ever Soapbox Science!

24 July 2017

On Saturday 29 July, female scientists from across the south-east will take to their soapboxes on Brighton seafront.


“As a blind person, many people told me I’d be unable to study Physics. I proved them wrong.”

21 July 2017

Daniel Hajas, who graduates today (21 July) with an MSc in Theoretical Physics, has developed an app that will help blind people to study science.


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