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Students' ball raises funds for honey bee research

2 March 2010

Partygoers dined and waggle-danced the night away at a student-organised ball to raise funds for honey bee research.

Glyndebourne premiere for student’s youth opera

2 March 2010

A youth opera with music by Sussex research student Julian Philips gets its world premiere at Glyndebourne opera house.

Art historian reveals photo link to Henry Moore sketches

25 February 2010

A key WWII Henry Moore drawing was inspired not by the sculptor’s own experiences but by photographs, art historian David Alan Mellor reveals.

Film students and staff in the frame at documentary fest

16 February 2010

Student documentary makers feature alongside some of the genre’s biggest names in the SEE documentary film festival in Brighton.

Professor examines decline in UK maths education

12 February 2010

Maths teaching in UK schools is failing to inspire girls to study the subject at A-level and beyond, says University of Sussex Professor Jo Boaler.

Sussex lecturers explain life, the universe and everything

9 February 2010

Academics will be sharing their passion for science at the 2010 Brighton Science Festival, discoursing on life, the Universe – and Sudoku.

From Garbo to Lady Gaga: Glamour explored

9 February 2010

University of Sussex social historian looks at how and why women were seduced by perfume, fur and lipstick

Applications to Sussex rocket by 32 per cent

8 February 2010

Applications to study at the University of Sussex in 2010 have increased by a record-breaking 32 per cent on last year.

The beauty of gas? UK energy supplies and the future

5 February 2010

Power cuts, spiralling prices and industry shutdown – that's the UK's future, according to recent news reports on gas and electricity supplies.

Sussex neurobiologist honoured for sound science

5 February 2010

Neuroscientist Professor Ian Russell is to be honoured with the highest award in his field in recognition of 30 years of hearing research.

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