An anthropologist has contributed to a set of best practice guidelines to make walking groups inclusive for those with impaired vision.
President Trump is forcing academics to rethink the definition of corruption, according to political expert
President Donald Trump is causing corruption analysts to rethink the very definition of corruption due to his bending rather than breaking of the law.
A Reader in Ecology at the University of Sussex is to join a major UK-wide research programme into bacterial plant diseases.
A project led by a University of Sussex researcher has resulted in the creation of a science library in a secondary school in Rwanda.
A University of Sussex linguist has had her book listed in the Economist’s Books of the Year for 2018.
The work of University of Sussex library staff has been celebrated in a series of beautiful sketches by renowned author and illustrator Chris Riddell.
A prize recognising the best book in the field of US government and politics has been awarded to a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex.
Three professors from the University of Sussex have been recognised in a global list of highly cited researchers.
Sport Scholars celebrated at awards ceremony with guest speaker, retired Sussex cricketer Lewis Hatchett
The awards evening, held in style on Tuesday 20 November, welcomed the newest enclave of successful Sport Scholars.
Professor Tom Baden has been chosen as a Young Investigator by EMBO, an organisation which promotes excellence in the life sciences.
A graduate’s bright idea to use cyclist generated data to improve road infrastructure has been named among the world's top student product designs.
A professor from the University of Sussex has been awarded a prestigious International History of Science prize.
The President of the US dominated the recent midterm elections, looming over them like a ‘monster’ according to experts at the University of Sussex.
Dr Sue Baxter has been appointed as the University’s first Director of Innovation and Business Partnerships.
Global governance must overcome zeitgeist of mistrust if world environmental issues are to be tackled effectively
The growing mistrust towards global intuitions must be overcome if the world is to successfully tackle the environmental challenges it faces.
Wildlife-loving Sussex students helped to clear a local beauty spot of litter and debris.
The impact of The Donald's presidency on corruption, the Middle East, art and fake news will be up for discussion in the podcast series.
Sue Angulatta has been appointed as the University’s new Director of Research and Enterprise.
University of Sussex academics are helping to bring the feel and smell of deep space to one of Britain’s best-loved educational institutions.
The School of Engineering and Informatics has successfully renewed its Athena SWAN Bronze Award, recognising its commitment to gender equality.