Physicist creates fifth state of matter from their living room
A physicist has created the fifth state of matter working from home using quantum technology.
Parents with degrees give their children significant advantage in maths
Children of parents with a degree are almost a year of schooling ahead in maths by the age of 11 than peers whose parents have just GCSEs.
Researchers launch survey for UK undergraduates to assess impact of COVID-19 and help shape mental health services
Starting university and transitioning from one year to the next can be exciting and challenging, but now COVID-19 brings additional challenges.
Pretty as a peacock: The gemstone for the next generation of smart sensors
Scientists have taken inspiration from the biomimicry of butterfly wings to develop a material for the next generation of smart sensors.
No place to hide: How market manipulation in the age of pandemic is destroying traditional safe havens
Safe haven assets such as gold and bitcoin are struggling during the global Coronavirus pandemic thanks to intense, large-scale manipulation.
How arts and humanities experts are sharing stories during lockdown
COVID-19 has put many events on hold, but Sussex arts and humanities experts have found other ways to connect with new audiences.
Why collective behaviour will get us through the Covid-19 pandemic
Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury is among a group of behaviour scientists giving the UK government guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Professor Jeremy Hall calls for policy change in a post-COVID-19 economy
Prof. Jeremy Hall, Director of the Science Policy Research Unit, reflects on how policymakers can hit the ‘reset’ button for a post COVID-19 world.
"As the need continues to grow, alumni support is invaluable. Thank you.”
Jon Dale, Financial Assistance Officer in the Student Funding Team, explains how alumni donations support students who find themselves in hardship.