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Sussex brings baby expertise, medical humour and more to Brighton festivals

5 March 2015

Staff and students will be debating inequality, performing medical comedy and showing off their knowledge of how babies think at two festivals in May.

University of Sussex business school boosts links with employers

4 March 2015

BMEc is strengthening ties with employers as student demand for employability skills and real workplace experience soars.

New Head of BMEc starts in post

4 March 2015

The new Head of the School of Business, Management and Economics says he is “delighted to be starting at BMEc and Sussex”.

Felpham girls win virtual Willy Wonka contest

3 March 2015

Four Felpham Community College girls have won a competition staged by BMEc to run a chocolate factory.

Sussex scientists call on public to help monitor bees

2 March 2015

Researchers are looking for volunteers for a project examining if enough bees are left in our gardens and towns to pollinate fruit and vegetables.

Researcher to present ‘girls better at programming’ findings at major IT conference

26 February 2015

A researcher who received worldwide media coverage for a study of girls' programming skills will present her findings at a conference in Holland.

Cycle with E.T. and make bike-powered smoothies during Bike Month

26 February 2015

Students and staff can cycle with E.T. at a bike-powered cinema and make bike-powered smoothies during Bike Month, which starts on Monday (2 March).

BSMS professor in breakthrough HIV research

26 February 2015

A Professor of HIV Medicine at BSMS is one of the investigators behind breakthrough research that could provide protection from HIV with a daily pill.

Sussex students take on the challenge of the Brighton Marathon

25 February 2015

Current students Hasan Ahmet and Will Teasley will be running the Brighton Marathon in April for the Sussex Fund.

Labour’s tuition fee proposals would reverse social mobility, says Sussex VC

24 February 2015

Labour’s plans to cut university tuition fees would cut the numbers of students from disadvantaged backgrounds, says the Vice-Chancellor.

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