Latest staff news
Responding to Prof John Postgate's death on 22 Oct, Prof Hermann Bothe noted: "We have lost one of the greatest microbiologists of our generation."
The BBC World Service was on the frontline of Britain's war of words with the Soviet Union during the Cold War, a book by a Sussex historian reveals.
Informal caregiving of elderly people by friends and relatives in the USA costs $522 billion a year, finds a new study led by a Sussex economist.
A Sussex student who spent the academic year 2013-14 studying in Spain has won a University competition with photographs of her time abroad.
The members of a consortium including Sussex have committed to awarding up to 375 PhD studentships in arts and humanities over the next five years.
A new path benefits Sussex students and staff who cycle, walk or run to and from campus along Ditchling Road and through Stanmer Park.
Professor Paul Nightingale has been appointed to a new role that will have strategic oversight for the delivery of a grant from the ESRC.
As part of National Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday 5 November, Sussexsport are offering free office-based massages for groups of up to six staff.
The University of Sussex has been shortlisted for an Award for Healthiest Workplace at the Sussex Business Awards 2014.
A solution to one of the key challenges in the development of quantum technologies has been proposed by University of Sussex physicists.