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Publish and be damned? Sussex debates the bird flu research controversy

15 May 2012

Should scientists researching bird flu be censored?


Researchers find that massive black holes halt star birth in distant galaxies

10 May 2012

Massive black holes may exert control over the number of stars formed in the early lives of the galaxies in which they sit, astronomers have shown.


From Coventry to Sussex: Spence exhibition celebrates university’s architectural heritage 50 years on

4 May 2012

What does an architect do after rebuilding a great English cathedral?


Teachers given unique opportunity to develop lessons from rediscovered social surveys

3 May 2012

A collaboration between the University of Sussex and The National Archives opens up learning about domestic history of the 20th century.


Dear diarists: University calls for public to take part in day diary archive project

3 May 2012

The Mass Observation Archive is inviting the public to donate their written thoughts for future generations to study.


Sussex professor curates Lambeth Palace exhibition on royal devotion and the people’s prayer book

1 May 2012

The Book of Common Prayer is the subject of an exhibition by Professor Brian Cummings at Lambeth Palace and opened by HRH the Prince of Wales.


Artist to artist: Deller’s film tribute to art icon Bruce Lacey previews at Brighton Festival

27 April 2012

Brighton Festival goers will have a sneak preview of Jeremy Deller’s film tribute to art icon Bruce Lacey – ahead of a major London retrospective.


Wish you’d been here? Turner Prize artist’s postcards celebrate life at Sussex

20 April 2012

Turner Prize artist Jeremy Deller celebrates the off-beat side of campus life in a series of postcards inspired by the University’s archives.


Radio 4 tribute to Mass Observation’s extraordinary story of everyday life

19 April 2012

A University of Sussex archive devoted to everyday life and opinion as told by ordinary people is the subject of a series of Radio 4 special reports.


Easter eggs Tudor style: Student serves up 400-year-old recipe

4 April 2012

University of Sussex historian and foodie Maria Kirk has served up a 400-year-old Easter egg recipe – but chocolate lovers might be disappointed.


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