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New analysis warns of a significant weakening of enforcement arrangements covering the approval of pesticides under the EU Withdrawal Act.
Dr Matilda Mroz, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies has been awarded a Mid-Career Fellowship by the British Academy
Sussex field trip ends in launch of crowdfunding campaign to better equip wildlife rangers in Malawi
Staff & students from the University of Sussex have launched a crowd-funding campaign to equip wildlife rangers with potentially lifesaving equipment.
Preena Gadher, director of top PR agency Riot Communications, reflects on how her student years at Sussex shaped her ambitions and her life.
Event set to explore issues of coffee production to help cafes and consumers become more sustainable
Brighton is home to a thriving scene of independent coffee shops - but is the journey from bean to barista sustainable enough?
Experts create directional beams of sound, adapting age-old principles of lighthouses and telescopes to create new possibilities in entertainment.
A major international business conference brought international academics together at Sussex.
Sussex has been named as one of two Centres of Excellence in Outreach and Widening Access to Art History.
The archive of May Sinclair - the first writer to use the phrase 'stream of consciousness' to describe modernist writing- will be on campus next week.
Engage for Change: Sussex staff and students make their voices heard through Brighton and Hove Citizens
University staff and students joined forces with people across Brighton and Hove on Monday 29 April.