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Obituary: Michael Balmond
16 November 2015
Michael Balmond, Postgraduate Admissions Co-ordinator, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on 1 September, aged 51.
From science fiction to reality - sonic tractor beam invented
27 October 2015
The world’s first sonic tractor beams that can lift and move objects using soundwaves have been built by a team that includes researchers at Sussex.
Tiny mitochondria play mighty role in fertility and ageing
21 October 2015
Mutations within the DNA of mitochondria – the tiny structures that power cells – have significant effects on fertility and life expectancy.
Climate change to blame for billions of dollars of hurricane damage in US
21 October 2015
Climate change plays a bigger part than thought in the rising economic cost of hurricanes in the USA, according to a new international study.
Register a munch money card and you could win £100 in food credit
19 October 2015
All students and staff who register a SussexFood munch money card will be entered into a draw to win £100 food credit.
SussexFood chef competes in national Young Chef of the Year competition
14 October 2015
SussexFood chef, Anneliese Denny, competed last week at the Compass Young Chef of the Year competition.
Chemistry Nobel laureate is “a great mentor” says top Sussex scientist
7 October 2015
Sussex scientists praise one of the new Nobel Prize-winners for Chemistry who received an honorary degree from the University in 2013.
Sussex physicists applaud Nobel Prize-winner and collaborator
6 October 2015
Sussex physicists are congratulating a long-term close collaborator who has today (6 October 2015) been awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.
New dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan meals available on campus
2 October 2015
SussexFood have responded to feedback requesting more vegan and gluten-free food by creating a new food concept called On The Pulse.