How one man’s Sussex experience prompted a £1 million legacy gift to promote excellence in mathematics research
Thanks to a generous legacy gift, the Department of Mathematics has established a research centre named after alumnus and donor Dr Jim Perry Browne
Old wines tale: Economists dispel myth second cheapest on restaurant wine list is biggest rip-off
New research finds that the mark-up on the second-cheapest wine is significantly below that on the four next most expensive wines on the list.
Sussex neuroscientist wins €2.43 million grant to probe mystery of human consciousness
The CONSCIOUS project, led by Professor Anil Seth, has been awarded a €2.43 million grant to explore how conscious experiences depend on the brain.
Does your cat feel empathy for you? A new study aims to find out
Psychologists are seeking cat and owner duos to see whether cats can ‘catch’ yawns from their owners, which would hint at empathy between the species.
Events to launch the new Sussex Festival of Ideas
Join in an afternoon of online events to mark the launch of the new Sussex Festival of Ideas.
The power of the pack: how crowd-sourcing is the future for animal behaviour research
Psychologists at the University of Sussex have found that crowd-sourcing the analysis of animal behaviour can eliminate bias to give accurate results.
Supercontinuum laser contest won by Sussex faculty member.
Dr. Rodrigo Aviles-Espinosa, Lecturer in Opto-electronics and Bio-engineering at the University is the winner of the FYLA WHITE award.
A huge thanks to all involved in our REF 2021 submission
A monumental achievement of individuals, teams, and divisions across the University.