University of Sussex

NOUN
  1. a red-brick university in Brighton, England
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How To Use University of Sussex In A Sentence

  • Friday 3/2/12 - Morning drive to Brighton for visits with UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX then afternoon is spent enjoying the coastal city with visits to the Pavilion Gardens, Palace pier and seafront area.
  • She currently is research fellow in the School of African and Asian Studies at the University of Sussex.
  • However, after Rice University professors Robert Curl and Richard Smalley won the Nobel Prize (with Harold Kroto of the University of Sussex) for the discovery of buckminsterfullerene, Rice started a major research effort in nanoscale science and technology. MIND MELD: Interesting Areas of Scientific Research
  • You did extensive experiments with the hydra in the early 1970s in England at the University of Sussex, and term the hydra's regenerating process self-organization. ScreenTalk
  • The sixth essay, titled ‘Portrait of a Londoner,’ was eventually found on the microfiche in the University of Sussex library.
  • Chocolate also made the heart beat faster, according to the study supervised by Lewis, a formerly University of Sussex psychologist who now runs a private research company called The Mind Lab.
  • After one more postdoctoral year which I spent in "roving" mode, spending time at Oxford, Harvard and Illinois, in the autumn of 1967 I took up a lectureship at the University of Sussex, where I was to spend the next fifteen years of my career. Anthony J. Leggett - Autobiography
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