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National award recognises Life Sciences’ continued commitment to gender equality

10 October 2019

The School of Life Sciences has been recognised for its ongoing commitment to gender equality, with the renewal of its Athena SWAN silver award.


Aggressive brain tumour could be diagnosed with simple blood test

20 August 2019

New research by Sussex scientists could be the first step towards developing a blood test to diagnose Glioblastoma.


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.


Researchers find genetic differences between strains of a blood cancer-triggering virus can alter its activity

18 July 2019

Scientists have found that differences in the genetic sequence of two strains of the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) can alter the way the virus behaves.


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.


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.


New guidance on how to estimate the uncertainty that arises from sampling

11 June 2019

An international team of scientists have published guidance on how to estimate the uncertainty that arises from chemical sampling.


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.


Sussex researcher secures prestigious funding to promote science communication in Nigeria

20 May 2019

A Sussex neuroscientist has received over £78,000 to improve the reporting of science and health research in Nigeria.


Cancer treatment could become more effective thanks to computer algorithms

26 April 2019

Researchers have shown how network algorithms could be used improve the effectiveness of cancer treatment by predicting interactions between genes.


Bringing science to the seaside: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton

25 April 2019

Twelve scientists will be entertaining beachgoers with interactive short talks on their research expertise at Soapbox Science Brighton.


Sussex Schools team up to support interest in STEM

16 April 2019

The Schools of Life Sciences and Engineering & Informatics will be sponsoring Big Bang South East 2019.


Researchers celebrate life and science of Richard Andrew

8 April 2019

The family, friends and former colleagues of Richard Andrew celebrated his life and science at a special event at the University of Sussex.


Researchers secure funding to explore diagnosis of neurodegenerative disease

4 April 2019

Researchers have been awarded a grant to identify biomarkers in a bid to improve diagnosis of a neurodegenerative disease related to Parkinson’s.


Technician to challenge science stereotypes in schools

22 March 2019

A Biochemistry research technician has secured funding to visit local schools and engage young women and girls in science.


Edit-a-thon raises profile of LGBT+ scientists on Wikipedia

5 March 2019

A Wikipedia Edit-a-thon was organised as part of the University’s LGBT History Month celebrations.


Volunteers wanted to join a LGBT+ in STEMM working group

13 February 2019

The Schools of Life Sciences, Psychology, Maths & Physical Science and Engineering & Informatics, as well as Brighton & Sussex Medical...


Researcher publishes complete guide to 3D and 4D printed medicines

12 February 2019

A pharmaceutical scientist has published a guide to 3D and 4D printing technology in the biomedical and pharmaceutical arenas.


Funding opportunities for public engagement

8 February 2019

The School of Life Sciences has launched its third round of funding for public engagement.


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