Calling all Sussex parents
The University of Sussex is working alongside the Arts Council on an exciting new project called The REZ – a new Sci-Fi Comic, podcast and website
Researchers call for greater support of African neuroscience research after two-decade analysis
With the world’s largest human genetic diversity, Sussex experts believe Africa is vital to help progress neuroscience research.
Batagay Megaslump reveals oldest permafrost in Eurasia survived intense global warming events
Research, led by the University of Sussex, has found that ancient permafrost has survived exceptionally warm past climates, as much as 4–5°C warmer
UK builds first modular quantum brain sensor and records signal
A team of scientists at the University of Sussex have for the first time built a modular quantum brain scanner, and used it to record a brain signal.
New rankings place University among top 250 in the world
The University has risen 20 places in the latest edition of the QS World Rankings and now sits 226th out of 1,300 institutions globally.
This Sussex Life. Professor Mary Agnes Krell: "Coming to Sussex was the best decision I ever made."
Professor Mary Agnes Krell, artistic director of the University’s first Festival of Ideas (9-12 June) talks about how Sussex continues to inspire her.
The harrowing reality of life as an LGBTIQ+ refugee: Brighton exhibition set to open
A free exhibition about the experiences of LGBTIQ+ refugees will open at the Brighton & Hove Jubilee library between 12 and 24 June 2021.
University retains strong showing in latest global rankings
The Shanghai Ranking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects has placed the University of Sussex 151-200 among world universities in its 2021 rankings.
Alzheimer’s research ‘world first’: blood oxygen levels could explain why memory loss is an early symptom
Scientists record oxygen levels in the hippocampus and provide experimental proof for why it is vulnerable to damage, a precursor to Alzheimer’s.