University of Sussex student Lucy Hughes invents award-winning plastic alternative made of organic marine waste.
For World Kindness Day, Professor Robin Banerjee, Head of the Sussex Kindness Research network, reflects on what's at the core of human decency.
Sussex neuroscientist wins Nature award in recognition of positive impact his work has had on society
A neuroscientist at the University of Sussex has become the first winner of the Nature Research Awards for Driving Global Impact.
A neuroscientist at Sussex is hoping to improve science communications in Nigeria, launching workshops partnering top journalists with scientists.
Alice Torjussen came to Sussex as a foundation year student and, beyond her expectations, is now studying for a PhD in Animal-Computer Interaction.
University of Sussex's free law clinics re-open to clients, with news that two law students have helped a mother win an employment discrimination case
Fancy delving into the pages of a chilling read tonight, but not sure where to start? Experts from the School of English have you covered.
Stephen Bush, the award-winning journalist, has been appointed as the University of Sussex’s Political Writer in Residence.
Communication and public engagement are key to helping the natural world, according to Sussex rewilding expert
A rewilding expert has urged researchers to combine data with ‘well told stories’ to engage the public and make a difference to the natural world.
A University of Sussex academic has been recognised by fellow academics and research professionals for his innovative use of data for the public good.
Avian pest controller Gary Railton talks about how his Harris’s hawk George helps to prevent gulls swiping people’s lunches on campus.
Cod, that’s good: Students wow industry experts with their brill new family game inspired by a fishing hat
University of Sussex students have been offered the chance to pitch to investors after winning a national toy design competition.
Professor Andrew Davies has returned to the University of Sussex after over 14 years away to take up a prestigious post.
GPs should prescribe participation in communal singing activities to patients to raise self-esteem and overcome loneliness.
A PhD student at the University of Sussex has invented an eerie-sounding musical instrument, the halldorophone, heard on the soundtrack to Joker.
Botswana’s Minister for Trade, Sussex alumna Bogolo Kenewendo, describes her “double trouble” of being young and female.
Adam Tickell, Sussex's Vice-Chancellor, reflects on his student years, his switch from academia to management, and the joy of swimming in the sea.
Director of SSRP represents global science community at international summit on Sustainable Development Goals
The Director of the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme was one of three chosen to represent the science community at a summit for the SDGs.
Young people are both radical and political despite what many think, says a leading historian at the University of Sussex.
A graduate’s innovative solution to the plastic plague has been named a winner in one of the world’s most prestigious design awards.