Professor Francis Ratnieks, Director of the Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects speaks on Channel 4...
New research by the University of Sussex shows why lavender flowers attract more bumblebees than honey bees.
Ivy, often maligned as a garden pest, is vital to honey bees and other pollinators seeking food in autumn, new research from Sussex reveals.
The University has issued the second call of the Kick Start Network scheme which aims to connect Sussex academics with non-academic research users.
LASI Research Scientist Norman Carreck has just returned from a visit to the Beaverlodge Experimental Farm, Alberta, Canada. Beaverlodge, run by...
Scientists at the University of Sussex have discovered how ants respond to heavy traffic to and from the nest.
Research by BBKA funded PhD student Gianluigi Bigio has recently been published in PLOS ONE, a peer reviewed, open access journal. The paper is...
Sussex scientists are working with partners at the University of Sheffield to produce the first accurate computer models of a honey bee brain.
Biology student Katherine Fensome spent the summer sitting on the beautiful Sussex Downs – but it was all in the cause of science.
Biologists studying Brazilian ants have discovered how one species uses powerful scent trails to quickly recruit helpers in transporting prized food.