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Sussex scientist Dr John Spencer from the Chemistry department has become the 60,000th Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA).
Sussex students and staff questioned a senior Nigerian diplomat on the steps being taken to combat the terrorist group Boko Haram earlier this week.
The Welsh government is appraising options for medical devices for NHS Wales, after an inquiry that involved a Sussex sociologist as Expert Advisor.
Early science photos will be displayed alongside modern photography at an exhibition in the Science Museum, co-curated by a Sussex academic.
Young people in lone-parent households are just as likely to stay in education as their counterparts in married families, says a new Sussex-led study.
An expert on Alzheimer’s disease whose research team benefited from a donation by Terry Pratchett has praised his contribution to raising awareness.
A Lecturer in International Business will present his research on the importance of Japanese, Korean and Chinese multinational corporations in Europe.
At a seminar on campus, Will Self revealed his thoughts on insanity, nuclear fission, typewriters, unfinished sentences ...
A new Sussex professor, Sam Cartwright-Hatton, is encouraging other women to put themselves forward for promotion.
Sussex students and staff are now able to donate food to local charities through a new collection point at the Co-operative supermarket on campus.