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Shooting for the Moon: Sussex graduate announced as new European Space Agency astronaut
Rosemary Coogan, a recent graduate of the University of Sussex, has been announced as one of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) new astronauts.
Dissection documentary provides invaluable cancer education
Prof Claire Smith led the anatomists and clinicians who dissected the body of Toni Crews over 12 educational workshops for around 1000 students.
Why the queue to see the Queen was "like a pilgrimage"
Sussex psychologist Professor John Drury advised the UK government on what to expect during the Queen's funeral and lying-in-state.
University of Sussex announces £6.6 million cost of living support for students and staff
The University of Sussex announces a £6.6 million package for its students and staff to help them manage rising living costs this winter.
Halloween Outdoor Cinema
SussexFood's Outdoor Cinema event this Halloween saw a great turnout despite the poor weather.
Sussex & Surrey Institute of Technology on track to launch next year
The Institute of Technology project has now been officially named the 'Sussex & Surrey Institute of Technology.’
University of Sussex rides high in new world sustainability rankings
Initiatives to enhance sustainability efforts across the university have been recognised in the QS World University Ranking: Sustainability 2023.
Time for action: SSRP Week kickstarts new phase for sustainability research with impact
Coinciding with COP27, the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme is hosting an exciting week of events in November celebrating its Phase II launch
Science, technology and innovation is not addressing world’s most urgent problems – major new study
A major new research study led by the University of Sussex shows that global science research is not addressing the SDGs.