Latest staff news
Dog owners often claim their pets understand what they say. A new Sussex study shows that dogs do indeed process human speech in a similar way to us.
Scientists have been awarded £5.5 million to develop devices that could radically change how we measure time, navigate our world and solve equations.
An Afghan pressure cooker, a north Indian headscarf, and an African figurine featured at an event celebrating 50 years of Anthropology at Sussex.
A Sussex lecturer’s film about his family’s ordeal at the hands of Chilean dictator General Pinochet has its debut screening in Brighton.
Sussex students, staff and alumni could win a night's stay at Blanch House, Brighton.
A blurring of professional boundaries can affect young cancer doctors' objectivity when treating patients, according to a study from Sussex and BSMS.
Sussex has been awarded £600,000 to boost its work on discovering and developing new drugs to treat cancer and neurological diseases.
The BMEc Placements Team have been shortlisted for a National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) award for 'Most Improved Commitment to Employability'.
The University is to appeal against the City Council planning committee’s decision to turn down an outline application to modernise its campus.