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The University of Sussex will celebrate the achievements of over 4,000 students at the upcoming Summer Graduation (Monday 22nd to Friday 26th July).
Origins of the universe to the tech in our phones - how this year's honorary graduates have helped shape the world
The University of Sussex will award five inspiring individuals with honorary degrees this week as part of the annual summer Graduation ceremonies.
Hlanganiso Matangaidze has been named as one of the UK’s top ten black African and Caribbean university students.
Researchers find genetic differences between strains of a blood cancer-triggering virus can alter its activity
Scientists have found that differences in the genetic sequence of two strains of the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) can alter the way the virus behaves.
The University has received a Green Flag Award for the third year running, thanks to the efforts of our Grounds team in maintaining our campus.
Parliamentary report highlights Sussex scientists' push for coherent approach to global sustainability goals
Evidence from the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) has been referenced in a report by the International Development Select Committee.
Climate change threatens nearly all UN SDGs but well-planned climate mitigation and adaptation would contribute to achieving 80 percent of targets.
Simon Segars, CEO of Arm Holdings, will be conferred Honorary Doctor of Science on Thursday, 25 July 2019.
Professor Ann Wintle, who discovered thermoluminescence, will be conferred Honorary Doctor of Science on Monday 22 July 2019.
Academics from Universities of Ghana and Sussex shape thinking on science for the Sustainable Development Goals
Academics convened at an expert workshop in Accra on 25 June to discuss how science, research and academia can help achieve these important goals.