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Sussex Research makes 11 awards in third round of Research Development Fund

15 December 2014

Sussex Research has made 11 awards in the third round of the Research Development Fund, which received 23 bids from faculty in nine schools.


Sussex biologist wins award for ecological engagement

12 December 2014

A biology professor at Sussex has won an award for his “exceptional contribution to facilitating the use and understanding of ecology”.


Student Life Centre and Student Support Unit to move to Bramber House

9 December 2014

The SLC and the SSU are moving from their current locations to a new base at the north end of Bramber House.


Obituary: Peter David Simmons

3 December 2014

Staff in the science schools and IT Services were sorry to hear that their former colleague Peter Simmons had died on 22 October, aged 72.


Suicidal biting is a nest defense strategy in Trigona stingless bees.

2 December 2014

  A new research article just out describes how self-sacrificial behavior represents an extreme and relatively uncommon form of altruism in...


£600k boost for drug discovery team at Sussex

25 November 2014

Sussex has been awarded £600,000 to boost its work on discovering and developing new drugs to treat cancer and neurological diseases.


What do you think of the Library?

24 November 2014

All students and staff are being asked what they think of the Library in a new short survey launched today (Mon 24 Nov).
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Sussex scientist paired with Brighton MP

24 November 2014

A biologist at Sussex has been paired with the MP for Brighton Pavilion as part of a scheme to build bridges between parliamentarians and scientists.


Life Sciences student wins field trip photography prize

20 November 2014

A Sussex biology student has won a University photography competition with her photo of a Hawk Moth.


Stingless bees bite to the death to defend colony

19 November 2014

Sussex researchers have found that stingless bees will engage in suicidal biting in order to defend their colony.


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