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Two students will tell MPs, senior officials and journalists about their exciting research at a prestigious event in Parliament this week.
Dr Andrea Pepper is a senior lecturer in cancer research at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She is also profoundly deaf.
Leading figures will discuss the rise of antisemitism at an event in March to launch the University of Sussex’s new centre for Jewish studies.
Two PhD students have launched a podcast to make further study feel more accessible, while providing a platform to celebrate the research of others.
The first test to quickly and accurately predict how people will respond to leukaemia treatment has been developed by a researcher at BSMS.
There was barely a cloud in sight last Sunday (24 February) when students ran the Brighton Half Marathon in aid of multiple charities.
Sussex is number one in the world for development studies for the third consecutive year in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Any free port in a storm: New analysis predicts limited impact of free zones for post-Brexit Britain
UKTPO researchers say relaxing customs rules and duties in specially-designated free zones would make little impact on rebuilding the UK economy.
The second panel discussion for The Exchange took place on Thursday, discussing the impacts of veganism on climate change.
Hear about how Sussex uses its investments to help make it a more sustainable and environmentally responsible institution.