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Scientists discover how different parts of organs ‘have a mind of their own’ when it comes to growth
Scientists at the University of Sussex have discovered how parts of organs grow differently when body size changes.
On behalf of the family of Asa Briggs, it is with huge sadness that the University announces he died at home today in Lewes at the age of 94.
A Sussex Law School lecturer has been shortlisted for a national teaching award — just two years after first winning the very same prize.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has shortlisted the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts for a South East Regional Award.
Today, Monday 14 March, marks the beginning of One World Week 2016, a week-long festival of events which celebrate the diversity at Sussex.
On Wednesday afternoon, a group of students moved to base themselves in one of the conference rooms in Bramber House. They have since left.
Athena SWAN should not be a box-ticking exercise but something that facilitates real change, concluded a panel of Sussex scientists at a debate.
Professor in the Economics of Innovation, Mariana Mazzucato, visited the European Investment Bank (EIB) in Luxembourg on 8 March.
Two new videos featuring Sussex Lecturer in Information Systems Dr Petros Chamakiotis discuss the impact of digital technology on work-life balance.
Some of you may have heard that a group of students have based themselves in one of the conference rooms in Bramber House.