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Through The Looking Glass – Sussex academic curates first ever virtual exhibition of Dalziel Brothers engravings

21 September 2016

The British Museum archive of 54,000 printed images includes work for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, 150 years on from original publication.

Skateboarding film shortlisted for national award

20 September 2016

A Sussex academic's documentary film about an informal London skate spot and its value in our cultural heritage is up for a gong.

Student sustainability summit comes to Sussex

19 September 2016

‘Sustainability Together’ was the theme of this year’s World Student Environmental Network (WSEN) Global Summit, held in July at Sussex and Keele.

Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say

19 September 2016

Biggest-ever statistical analysis of historical accidents suggests that nuclear power is an underappreciated extreme risk.

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts reveals autumn and winter programme

16 September 2016

The ACCA plans an eclectic array of contemporary performance, dance, music, live art and film for its autumn and winter programme.

Hinkley approval “defies logic”, say energy experts

15 September 2016

Energy experts at the University of Sussex have criticised the Government’s decision to approve Britain’s first new nuclear power plant in 20 years.

Surgeons trial smart glasses for mid-op note taking

14 September 2016

Surgeons could soon be using smart glasses to make notes during operations, after a promising first trial led by the University of Sussex.

Sussex physicists develop new touchscreen technology

13 September 2016

Physicists at Sussex are developing alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall in traditional phone and tablet displays.

Sussex wins second award in a year for boosting social mobility

13 September 2016

The University of Sussex has won its second award in a year for its work on improving social mobility.

Why some male mammals exaggerate body size to attract a mate

9 September 2016

Sounding bigger can be better, according to research by Dr David Reby at the University of Sussex.

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