Research features

On the nose

20 September 2018

How Sussex researchers are using technology to exploit the mysterious “poet” of the senses


Sussex teams inspire local school children with astronomical day

14 September 2018

Scientists, students and trainee teachers helped 750 schoolchildren learn about the wonders of space and technology.


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.


Physicists explore a safe alternative to x-ray security scanners

9 April 2018

Sussex researchers are at the forefront of harnessing the magical properties of terahertz radiation.


The power of citizen science

16 January 2018

Sussex academics describe how collaborating with research volunteers can benefit everyone.


It is "sheer fantasy" to think AI will ever match an intelligent human

15 January 2018

Professor Maggie Boden, one of the most eminent experts in artificial intelligence, reflects on her 50 years of puzzling the mind-brain problem.


What makes a heartthrob? It's not what men think

14 February 2017

Historian Professor Carol Dyhouse's new book shows how economics, technology and politics have helped to shape women's desire.


Law lecturer empowers young people to tackle corruption and promote sustainability

3 January 2017

The way to tackle corruption at the top, says Dr Dimitris Ziouvas, is to start at the bottom.