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A nationwide network of volunteers to find out how populations of bees and other insects are changing is being launched by Sussex life scientists.
New improvements have been agreed to the system previously known as Mitigating Evidence (MEC), including a name change to ‘Exceptional Circumstances’.
Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Dr Alan Stewart, has been selected to join the Board of Trustees overseeing the National Biodiversity Network.
The University of Sussex has been ranked 19th in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016, to be published this Sunday (20 September).
Internationally renowned scientists came together with local A Level students to explore and celebrate the pioneering work of female scientists.
The Sussex Drug Discovery Centre has been awarded a £1.8 million grant by the Medical Research Council to combat the side effects of anxiety drugs.
A vibrant arts installation in central Brighton is based on the research of University of Sussex bee expert, Professor Dave Goulson.
87% of students are happy with their experience at Sussex, according to the results of this year’s National Student Survey (NSS), published today.
The University’s involvement in a bee-friendly flower bed has contributed to national recognition for a central-Brighton park.