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Academics will be sharing their passion for science at the 2010 Brighton Science Festival, discoursing on life, the Universe – and Sudoku.
University of Sussex social historian looks at how and why women were seduced by perfume, fur and lipstick
Applications to study at the University of Sussex in 2010 have increased by a record-breaking 32 per cent on last year.
Power cuts, spiralling prices and industry shutdown – that's the UK's future, according to recent news reports on gas and electricity supplies.
Neuroscientist Professor Ian Russell is to be honoured with the highest award in his field in recognition of 30 years of hearing research.
The Alzheimer’s Research Trust (ART) is calling for more research such as Dr Louise Serpell's work at University of Sussex.
The Attorney General, Baroness Scotland QC, delivers a lecture today at the Chowen Lecture Theatre (3 February 2010).
Sussex businesses are to get a boost from a £280,000 University graduate internships scheme.
Degrees will be conferred on graduands from more than 100 nations at the University of Sussex's Winter Graduation on 29 January, 2010.
Tim Bale’s new book about the Conservative Party's post-Thatcher years will be formally launched with a public lecture in London.