Maria Suarez, from the Cell Cycle Control Lab in the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, gears up for Cancer Research UK's Cycle 300 Challenge
Give yourself a break from the pressures of modern life by bathing in birdsong in an ancient church, urges an expert in ecological acoustics.
Professor Saul Becker, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, is to be patron of the Carers Centre for Brighton & Hove, a local charity supporting unpaid carers.
University representatives joined thousands of other revellers at this year’s Brighton & Hove Pride parade.
Hundreds of young people participate in the Brighton & Hove Music and Arts summer school held on campus.
The past, present and future of Sussex’s natural landscapes were explored at a popular exhibition in Brighton.
Participants in the Villiers Park Educational Trust Scholars Programme come together for a special celebration event in Crawley.
Nearly 60 local school children visit campus for two days of language learning and fun activities.
Local residents invited to share their favourite places and the memories attached to them.
The University welcomed local residents, staff and students to its second annual Community Festival.
Much more than hats and a canal: Lone Panamanian student urges neutrals to back his heroes at the World Cup
Panamanian student Anibal Cardenas Mosquera will be cheering his homeland on at a screening of the game with England at the Community Festival.
Students from three local schools took part in workshops to celebrate the life and achievements of world-leading chemist Sir Harry Kroto.
It’s beginning to hot up for the University of Sussex’s second-ever Community Festival, which returns on Sunday 24 June.
Among the new initiatives at the University of Sussex is a family room in the Library, where parents can study while their children play.
200 years after the city's first energy company was founded, an event will explore how future energy policy can benefit those in Brighton and beyond.
Michael Attenborough discussed the archive of his late father, actor and filmmaker Richard Attenborough, on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Film Programme’.
A dozen female scientists donned their white coats to deliver inspiring talks on their areas of expertise for the second ever Soapbox Science.
The ACCA autumn programme contains a distinctive mix of music, digital installation, performance, unique film screenings, discussion and debate.
A dozen female scientists will be stepping on to their soapbox for the second ever Soapbox Science event to deliver talks on their area of expertise.
The University welcomed representatives from Falmer Parish Council who came to view the East Slope show flat and multi-storey car park.