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Help for students juggling studying and childcare

Among the new initiatives at Sussex is a family room in the library, where parents can study while their children play... 

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Chalky challenge - new grassland created for rare species

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Safer than x-ray - Physicists harness the magic of terahertz

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Flying the flag for Pride

Coby Sharpe, a technician in the Media Technology Lab within Informatics, is joining others from the University of Sussex in taking part in this year’s Brighton & Hove Pride parade...

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Our research


Grassland project to create a living lab on campus

4 July 2018

A project to restore an areas of chalky grassland on campus will help rare plants and creatures to thrive.


NASA to test Sussex physicist’s atomic bubble trap theory in space

19 June 2018

Professor Barry Garraway's 18-year-old theory about cooled atoms will be put to the test on the International Space Station.


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Our people


“Pride is important because some people’s troubles are only just beginning”

2 August 2018

Coby Sharpe, a technician in the Media Technology Lab within Informatics, is taking part in this year’s Brighton & Hove Pride parade.


Dancing with computers

18 July 2018

Elizabeth Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google, describes how Sussex inspired her interest in human-computer interaction.


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Our University


How Lord Attenborough brought a touch of glamour to Sussex

25 June 2018

When Lord Olivier, Sir Dirk Bogarde and Noel Coward graced the stage of graduation.


Help for students juggling studying and childcare

15 June 2018

Among the new initiatives at the University of Sussex is a family room in the Library, where parents can study while their children play.


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