Daniel Bor claims 'pattern spotting' is something that can be immensely satisfying to both scientists and non-scientists alike
New clashes are a continuation of major occupation protest in February this year
The Government’s new academies are creating greater segregation between pupils from rich and poor homes than council-run state schools, according to a groundbreaking study published today.
Demonstrations against the shale gas explorations of oil company Cuadrilla are the continuation of an ancient and rich vein of radicalism and dissent in the home county
Advertising unpaid positions for new graduates has now been banned by several leading UK universities.
Update 1: A group of hooded protesters have smashed through the door of Sussex House during the anti-privatisation demo, according to eye-witnesses.
Sussex University has decided to go private - and the students aren't happy
Paul Jaffe, Property valuation and law graduate
It's not only the narrative tension that turns on interlocking screws in Glyndebourne's production of Britten's claustrophobic masterpiece.
Michael Yardy yesterday played his first game since flying home early from the World Cup suffering with depression. Yardy made a successful, if low-key, comeback as captain of Sussex in a CB40 game against the Netherlands at Hove.
Few surprises are likely to be sprung at Hove today. Sussex play host to Lancashire, the County Championship's early joint leaders, having already played them this season in Liverpool. The visitors' coach, Peter Moores, meanwhile, was the man who guided Sussex into the greatest era in their history at the start of the last decade.
No charges are to be brought against two men arrested over a fire which destroyed Hastings Pier, the Crown Prosecution Service said today.
Delayed boxing Day hunts, such as the East Sussex and Romney Marsh Hunt – pictured making its way through the streets of Battle in East Sussex – went ahead yesterday, despite many meets being cancelled due to the freezing conditions and snow.
Two men held after blaze wrecks the 138-year-old structure
Two men were being questioned by police today after a landmark Victorian pier was destroyed by fire.
They look as if they might be film extras, or perhaps a period drawing room farce. But these women were among thousands enjoying the last day of the first Vintage at Goodwood festival.