Students are inviting fellow film buffs and documentary lovers to join them at a free celebratory screening of their final projects.
Research may lead to improvement of brain tumour treatments after discovering how cancerous cells can form a resistance to existing drug therapies.
Physicists have created a blueprint using a single-pixel camera and Terahertz waves which could develop technologies across security and manufacturing
Dr Claire Smith has received a National Teaching Fellowship and the Time for Dementia team has won a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence.
Craig Perl, an entomologist from the University's School of Life Sciences, took Countryfile viewers on a walk to spot the now-rare glow worm.
NanoteC is celebrating its 20th anniversary by returning to the University of Sussex, where the conference was first held in 1998.
A University of Sussex Business School lecturer has won a prestigious international prize for his dissertation on healthcare management.
An archaeologist of international repute who received an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex 25 years ago has died at the age of 91.
Richard Andrew, Emeritus Professor of Biology at the University of Sussex, died on 15 August aged 86.
Maria Suarez, from the Cell Cycle Control Lab in the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, gears up for Cancer Research UK's Cycle 300 Challenge