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Apply for Teach First's 2018 graduate leadership programme

19 April 2018

Are you a recent graduate or graduating this year? Do you want to make a real difference in education and gain leadership skills? Applications are...

Obituary: David Bailin

5 April 2018

Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Physics, David Bailin, has died aged 79.

Sussex exchange partnership wins Chinese national scholarship award

22 March 2018

A student exchange partnership with the Chinese University of Hong Kong-Shenzhen has been recognised as outstanding by China’s Ministry of Education.

Book Market launches for students to buy and sell books

1 March 2018

The Students’ Union has launched a brand new Book Market. Buy and sell your books at

Overflowing Innovations in Physics

22 February 2018

On 9 February 18 PhD and 3 MSc Physics students came together to learn hands-on, how to take forward innovations emerging from their research groups...

University of Sussex scientists present mysteries of quantum computing at Science Museum

7 February 2018

University of Sussex physicists curate the Science Museum's 'Could quantum computers change the world?' exhibition.

Soapbox Science returns to Brighton seafront in June

7 February 2018

Soapbox Science will be returning to Brighton seafront on Saturday 2 June 2018. The call for speakers is now open – apply by 23 February.

IPPP Associateship for Professor Antonella De Santo

1 February 2018

Antonella De Santo, Professor of Experimental Physics, was recently awarded an IPPP Associateship with the Institute of Particle Physics...

University of Sussex physicists help discover new stellar streams

11 January 2018

Scientists from the University of Sussex have discovered new stellar streams from a telescope in Chile as part of the Dark Energy Survey.

Potentially life-saving ‘health monitor’ technology designed by University of Sussex physicists

9 January 2018

Wearable monitor to detect heart and breathing abnormalities in babies. Data sent to mobile devices alerts parents, carers and medical response teams.

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