University of Sussex quantum and sensory technology and innovation was on display at the Brighton Summit on 14 October.
Sussex researcher explores the vast archives of a celebrated 19th century female photographer, traveller and writer.
Meaningful evening paints vibrant picture of Sussex music and launches new music recording studio in style
Alumni, staff and students came together this week to honour the memory and music of the much-loved Professor of Music Jonathan Harvey.
Current and former staff and students are being asked for their help in selecting a new round of honorary degrees and fellowships.
The University of Sussex Business School has taken its place among an exclusive group of just 1% of business schools around the globe.
New research has revealed that any initial reduction in air pollution caused by a financial crisis, is unexpectedly short-lived.
A PhD student at the University of Sussex has invented an eerie-sounding musical instrument, the halldorophone, heard on the soundtrack to Joker.
This Sussex Life: Lucy Hughes, Product Design graduate. “I challenged myself to find a way of using fish waste”
Award-winning Product Design graduate Lucy Hughes developed a bioplastic from fish skins that could replace single-use plastics.
Botswana’s Minister for Trade, Sussex alumna Bogolo Kenewendo, describes her “double trouble” of being young and female.
With an installation at the Science Museum, and a pop-up event at the Brighton Digital Festival, the University shares its love of all things quantum.