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Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to raise the visibility of Black British people in STEM

22 October 2019

An upcoming workshop will showcase notable Black British professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM).


Global talent awards for new Professors

14 October 2019

Two recently appointed Professors have received awards designed to support UK institutions in attracting and retaining talent from across the world.


Sussex scientists promote pride in STEM

8 August 2019

A team of University of Sussex scientists brought family-friendly activities and games to this year’s Brighton Pride weekend from 3 to 4 August.


Protective protein not only guards against DNA damage, but could help better target fast-growing cancer cells

31 July 2019

The discovery that an essential protein plays a protective role during cell division, could lead to targeted treatment of fast-growing cancer cells.


Diverse research showcased at first Life Sciences Postdoc Research Symposium

18 July 2019

From the navigation of wood ants to cancer therapeutics, a diverse array of research was shared at the first Life Sciences Postdoc Research Symposium.


School Cell Bank receives NHS approval to operate as licensed Research Tissue Bank

10 July 2019

The Cell Bank, located in the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, has recently received NHS approval to operate as a licensed Research Tissue Bank.


Sussex scientists inspire local schoolchildren at Big Bang South East

5 July 2019

Over 600 budding scientists from across the South East region met with researchers from the School of Life Sciences at this year’s Big Bang fair.


LGBT STEM Day meet-up and plans for Pride

1 July 2019

To celebrate LGBT STEM Day, the School of Life Sciences is arranging an afternoon meet-up.


Soapbox Science sees Brighton beachgoers enjoy science in the sunshine

7 June 2019

Over 2,500 beachgoers took the time to learn about all things science on Saturday 1 June.


Cancer drug could be repurposed to provide treatment for brain aneurysms, new research suggests

17 May 2019

An important class of drug used to treat cancer patients could be used to treat brain aneurysms, according to new research published this week.


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