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Researchers are joining an international effort to protect Thailand’s vulnerable coastal communities from storms, floods and coastal erosion.
Leading figures discussed the rise of antisemitism at an event to launch the University of Sussex’s new centre for Jewish studies.
In all weathers Jaci Driscoll, plant specialist for Sussex Estates and Facilities, can be found on the Sussex campus tending to the flowerbeds.
The University of Sussex has been awarded a Wellcome Trust grant to improve the accessibility of the British Library of Development Studies (BLDS).
Sussexsport's One World Week activities are not to be missed this March.
Bats, nature’s own insect controllers, are being killed by sticky fly traps, according to a University of Sussex professor.
An exhibition exploring how generations of immigrants in London & Paris used music to affirm their place in society opens in the French capital today.
Physicists in the EPic Lab at University of Sussex make crucial development in global race to develop a portable atomic clock
Cut the cups: How the University of Sussex has encouraged a significant drop in paper cup use in its campus cafes
The proportion of hot drinks sold at Sussex to staff, students and visitors using their own mugs has doubled under a new incentive scheme.
Women across the Sussex community suggest areas where a greater balance could improve the lives of women – and make societies better.