Professor Penny Jeggo, a senior scientist at the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, has been awarded the Silvanus Thompson Medal.
The University has issued the second call of the Kick Start Network scheme which aims to connect Sussex academics with non-academic research users.
A class of cancer drugs could keep patients alive for much longer than they do now, following a new discovery about how they attack tumours.
The First Excursions Journal Conference, University of Sussex 11th - 12th July 2013
A University of Sussex scientist has been awarded a prestigious research fellowship and funding of £1.6 million to support him in his work on cancer.
Professor Alan Lehmann will give a public lecture on the importance of DNA damage and repair in the study of human disease.
University of Sussex geneticist Alan Lehmann has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS), the country's top scientific honour.