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This Sussex Life. Professor Robin Banerjee. "Kindness is about human connections"

13 November 2019

For World Kindness Day, Professor Robin Banerjee, Head of the Sussex Kindness Research network, reflects on what's at the core of human decency.

Falmer House moat is full of water again

12 November 2019

Sussex Estates and Facilities (SEF) and the rest of the Estates team are working to restore the Falmer House moat to its 1960s glory.

“People haven’t believed that I am a government minister”

6 November 2019

Bogolo Kenewendo, the Botswanan government’s youngest minister at the age of 32, and a Sussex alumna, had some vital advice for students who...

Alumni exclusive: Experience the riches of Rome with Professor Maurice Howard, OBE

6 November 2019

Join this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the wonders of the Eternal City, and enjoy private visits to sites not usually open to the public

Win Sunday lunch for two at the Hotel du Vin

6 November 2019

Sussex students, staff and alumni could win a Sunday lunch for two at the Bistro, Hotel du Vin.

Sussex shaped our future: Alumni reunite on campus

5 November 2019

This summer, it was a delight to welcome back to Sussex a group of alumni who had first set foot on campus nearly fifty years...

Scientists develop adhesive which can be unstuck in a magnetic field, reducing landfill waste

5 November 2019

An adhesive which can debond within a magnetic field could help reduce waste by offering a way to recycle products usually sent to landfill.

Coming together: 1960s and 1970s graduates reunite on campus

31 October 2019

This autumn, more than 200 alumni from the 1960s and 1970s returned to campus for a day of tours, talks and the chance to reconnect over lunch

Chief of Europe’s leading climate innovation initiative to open Sussex conference in Valencia

29 October 2019

Event brings together policymakers, funders and researchers to mobilise the power of transformative innovation for societal and environmental gain.

This Sussex Life: Gary Railton, avian pest controller. “George acts as a natural deterrent””

24 October 2019

Avian pest controller Gary Railton talks about how his Harris’s hawk George helps to prevent gulls swiping people’s lunches on campus.

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