Dr Mahmoud Maina, a research fellow in Biochemistry, has won a competition recognising research in Africa which makes a positive impact on society.
Researchers at the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme respond to the IPCC SR15 report with a message of hope.
An academic from the University of Sussex appeared on BBC Countryfile’s hour-long Wildlife Special to reveal the plight of British wildlife.
Two historians are celebrating after an open-access journal, for which they sit on the editorial board, reached a million annual page visits.
Art historian Dr Alexandra Loske has curated an exhibition about the restoration of the Royal Pavilion Saloon, drawing on her Sussex PhD to do so.
Prof Dave Goulson becomes ‘Minister of Pesticides’ in a public manifesto for wildlife, created and led by TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham.
Brighton’s Digital Festival kicks off this week with a wealth of events from University of Sussex staff and students.
Michael Eraut, educator and longstanding Professor of Education at the University of Sussex, died peacefully, at the age of 77, on 7 September.
Dr Augusto Corrieri talks about magic, Michael Jackson and his book on what happens in theatres when humans are absent.
Dr Sarah Garfinkel has been included in the prestigious Nature Index 2018 as one of 11 outstanding early to mid-career scientists globally.
Dr Hope Wolf has co-curated an exhibition which will be the first major presentation in twenty years of the works of two collaborative artists.
A senior Sussex lecturer has contributed to a book of brainteasers from BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme, which published this week.
A blue plaque commemorating a Russian Prince and revolutionary anarchist is to be unveiled in Kemp Town.
A team of engineering students have become only the second-ever UK team to compete in major sustainability race with a vehicle powered by the wind.
Students are inviting fellow film buffs and documentary lovers to join them at a free celebratory screening of their final projects.
Dr Claire Smith has received a National Teaching Fellowship and the Time for Dementia team has won a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence.
Craig Perl, an entomologist from the University's School of Life Sciences, took Countryfile viewers on a walk to spot the now-rare glow worm.
NanoteC is celebrating its 20th anniversary by returning to the University of Sussex, where the conference was first held in 1998.
A University of Sussex Business School lecturer has won a prestigious international prize for his dissertation on healthcare management.
An archaeologist of international repute who received an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex 25 years ago has died at the age of 91.