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Citizen science campaign launched to help UK respond to threat of bacterium which can kill popular garden plants

28 May 2019

A Sussex lecturer has joined forces with the RHS and Forest Research to help the UK respond to the threat of Xylella fastidiosa.


Sussex students help create treasure hunt inspired by local history for Brighton Festival

24 May 2019

A treasure hunt will take place in Hangleton this weekend, after students and staff collaborated with a local storyteller for the Brighton Festival.


Campus works impacting roads, access and parking

24 May 2019

Boiler House Hill will be closed this weekend (25-26 May); roadworks on Stony Mere Way will begin on Saturday 1 June.


Come along to the Sussex Media Practice and Music showcases, 28-30 May

23 May 2019

Experience innovative new work from rising stars at the start of their career.


Soapbox Science becomes part of Brighton Fringe to celebrate women in STEMM

23 May 2019

Twelve scientists will don white coats on Brighton seafront for the third Soapbox Science, sharing their expertise as part of the Brighton Fringe.


Sussex launches draft Dignity and Respect Policy

22 May 2019

All staff are invited to take part in a consultation on the University’s draft Dignity and Respect Policy.


Jane Harvell: “Let colleagues know when things are heading in the right direction”

22 May 2019

Director of Library Services, Jane Harvell, explains why she thinks the Professional Services Quality Survey is so important to Sussex.


Councils urged to ramp up contingency planning to avert food disruption in any version of Brexit

22 May 2019

Report calls for authorities to strengthen planning for possible disruption due to Brexit, and prepare to communicate food information to the public.


Another chance to hear a human history of sound and listening

21 May 2019

A radio series on the history of sound and listening, written and presented by Sussex academic Professor David Hendy, is being repeated on BBC Radio.


Brighton artist transforms campus basketball courts for Sussex students

20 May 2019

The Housing team and Sussexsport have funded the transformation of two basketball courts on the University of Sussex campus.


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