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National encore for Julian’s Glyndebourne opera

16 July 2012

Composer Julian Philips graduates today (Wednesday morning, 18 July 2012) with a DPhil in Musical Composition and with a national tour in the offing.


Becky’s eye view of what’s on our minds

16 July 2012

Becky Heaver’s psychology research involved asking people to lie to her, but she finds it impossible to tell lies herself.


Human tapestry of city life revealed in Sussex research-inspired play

6 July 2012

A project led by Sussex migration expert Dr Ben Rogaly is celebrated in a new play telling the diverse stories of the inhabitants of an English city.


Artist’s portrait puts former VCs back in the frame

5 July 2012

A portrait of the men who have led the University of Sussex in its first 50 years was unveiled yesterday (Weds 4 July) in the University's Library.


Sussex physicists celebrate role in historic discovery at Large Hadron Collider

4 July 2012

Sussex physicists were celebrating today (Weds 4 July) following news of a giant step for science with the discovery of a tiny sub-atomic particle.


How scent can net bigger reward for ants in hunt for food

29 June 2012

Biologists studying Brazilian ants have discovered how one species uses powerful scent trails to quickly recruit helpers in transporting prized food.


Secrets of the mind unlocked at consciousness conference

15 June 2012

A major conference dedicated to examining the brain processes of consciousness is being hosted by Sussex’s Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science.


Sussex wins funding to bring environmental research back down to earth

12 June 2012

Geographers at Sussex have been awarded funding for projects that look to the soil for a better understanding of our impact on the environment.


Cancer research unlocks 30-year genetic puzzle

12 June 2012

Scientists at Sussex have solved a 30-year genetic puzzle that could help enhance treatment for certain types of “inherited” cancers.


Radio 4’s Mass Observation tribute looks at British attitudes to royalty

30 May 2012

Attitudes to royalty are explored in the latest Radio 4 report on the Mass Observation Archive at Sussex, now celebrating its 75th year.


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