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Sussex economics alum appointed to new European Commission Fiscal Board

25 October 2016

A Sussex economics alum is one of five globally renowned financial experts appointed to the EC's new European Fiscal Board to advise the Commission...


University's 'landmark' Life Sciences building to create hundreds of jobs

25 October 2016

State-of-the-art building to pave the way for life-changing scientific discoveries.


Sussex academic awarded prestigious Leverhulme Prize

24 October 2016

Dr Will Abberley is set to receive a £100,000 annual award to fund research into science and emotion in 19th-century literature.


First World War poems inspire new music by Sussex composer

24 October 2016

Music inspired by the tragic words of First World War poets and composed by a Sussex music lecturer will premiere in London on 2 November.


Brilliant minds inspire new University of Sussex fellowships

24 October 2016

Brilliant minds from the University of Sussex’s past have inspired three new fellowships, launching today (Monday 24 October 2016).


Experts identify 14 themes of creativity

20 October 2016

The elusive and complex components of creativity have been identified by experts at the University of Sussex and the University of Kent.


Beaconsfield Road next for University street-clean squad

19 October 2016

A major road that acts as a gateway to Brighton is to be cleaned and tidied by students and staff from the University of Sussex.


New laboratory to help safeguard global food security

19 October 2016

AOX Lab is the result of the University's first ever industrial partnership.


Talented young dancers in the spotlight for Men & Girls Dance this October

17 October 2016

Performance company Fevered Sleep will bring its joyful and thought-provoking project, Men & Girls Dance, to the University of Sussex this October.


3D printing changes shape of anatomy learning

14 October 2016

BSMS is using 3D printing to enhance students’ learning, by allowing them to take away printed ‘body parts’ they are studying in dissection sessions.


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