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Honorary degrees to four figures making a difference to science and society

A world-renowned neuroscientist and a former cabinet minister are among the individuals recognised by the University of Sussex during Winter Graduation.

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Giving babies a better start

Thanks to research at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS), the outlook for premature babies around the world is much brighter.


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We love to ride our bicycles, figures show

27 January 2020

Sussex staff love to ride their bicycles to work, the latest figures show: hundreds saddled up in 2019 for cycling initiatives run by Love to Ride.

Plans for new campus housing and student facilities to go on show

27 January 2020

Find out more in February at Brighton’s Jubilee library or at the University of Sussex library on campus.

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This Sussex Life. Astronomy MSc graduate Gary Strain: "Students were so hardworking this time round."

21 January 2020

Forty years after first arriving at Sussex as a Physics student, Gary Strain returned to campus to use his brain again.

Social mobility champion to be honoured at Graduation

20 January 2020

Former Labour cabinet minister Rt Hon Alan Milburn will be conferred an Honorary Doctor of the University at winter graduation on 23 January.

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Hotspots for hedgehog road deaths revealed in new research co-authored by Sussex professor

28 January 2020

Experts suggest reducing road speeds could reduce deaths of one of Britain’s most threatened mammals.

Research reveals stark inconsistencies in official UK guidance on Lyme disease

23 January 2020

Patients and healthcare professionals are receiving ‘mixed messages’ about symptoms and diagnosis, according to Sussex research.

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