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Torn from home: Holocaust Memorial Day to be marked at Sussex

21 January 2019

An event on campus on Wednesday 6 February will reflect on what happens when people are driven out of their homes because of persecution.


The University's finances: Q&A with Allan Spencer, Director of Finance

18 January 2019

We spoke with Allan Spencer, Director of Finance, about the latest Financial Statements and the outlook for 2019.


This Sussex Life: Alinery Lianhlawng - "I want to empower other young people"

18 January 2019

Alinery Lianhlawng, who graduates with a MBA at winter graduation this year, is pioneering to build school libraries in rural India.


Hundreds of students move into new East Slope rooms

18 January 2019

More than 250 rooms in the East Slope development have been completed in time for the start of the spring term.


New Sussex research group to investigate blood cancers

18 January 2019

A new collaborative research group aims to explore the causes of blood cancers and design new treatments.


Neuroscientist makes front page news in Chile after high-profile talk

18 January 2019

Neuroscientist Prof Anil Seth has headed up a delegation of top UK scientists participating in the “most important knowledge event in Latin America”.


Campus works impacting roads, access and parking

18 January 2019

Works will begin next Monday outside of Sussex House and BSMS Teaching, resulting in single-lane closures in places.


Sussex Unconditional Offer Scheme to close from 2020

17 January 2019

We will not make any unconditional offers after the current recruitment cycle to people applying to study as undergraduates at Sussex.


Best friends like the Kardashians? Or rivals like the Milibands? How sibling relationships form

17 January 2019

How do sibling relationships form? Sussex researchers seek mums expecting baby number two


Research reveals mechanism for leukaemia cell growth prompting hopes for new treatment strategies

17 January 2019

A mechanism which drives leukaemia cell growth has been discovered by scientists who believe their findings could inform new treatment strategies.


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