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Still time for staff to Commit To Get Fit

17 May 2019

Sussexsport are organising a series of events as part of Commit To Get Fit this month. They include the Boundary Run on 29 May and mountain biking.


Lewes science festival back with a bang

25 April 2019

The local festival of science known as Lewes STEM Fair, organised by scientists at the University of Sussex, returns this Saturday, 27 April.


Spotlight on Dr Charlotte Rae

18 March 2019

Spotlight on Dr Charlotte Rae, Research Fellow at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.


This Sussex Life: "I haven't always admitted to people that I'm deaf"

28 February 2019

Dr Andrea Pepper is a senior lecturer in cancer research at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She is also profoundly deaf.


SSRP research with artisanal fishers highlights working with local communities to meet global challenges

20 February 2019

New research by the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) highlights the need to work with local communities to meet global...


World Cancer Day: Review of the Year

4 February 2019

In recognition of World Cancer Day 2019, we present our cancer research updates from the past year.


Outreach at the beach: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in June

29 January 2019

Take your science to the seafront, share your research and inspire passers-by at Soapbox Science.


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.


Commit to Get Far takes staff across Britain's iconic trails this January

19 December 2018

From 14-23 January 2019 Commit to Get Far is back! The new virtual journey will take staff across Britain’s most iconic point-to-point trails.


Sussex hosts international neuroscience conference

11 December 2018

Over 180 neuroscientists gathered in Brighton at a conference to discuss research on the function of the brain using the popular zebrafish model.


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