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Sussex researchers' achievements recognised at Impact and Research Awards

15 June 2016

Sussex Impact Day ended with the presentation of awards to outstanding emerging researchers and those whose work has had exceptional impact.


Sussex on track to publish finalists’ degree results on Friday

15 June 2016

The University has reassured finalists that strike action at Sussex on Wed will not delay the process for publishing degree classifications this Fri.


£1 million boost for fungicide research in University’s first Industrial Partnership Award

13 June 2016

Professor Tony Moore has been awarded over £1 million for research into the development of novel fungicides.


Quantum physicist wins three-minute PhD contest

9 June 2016

A student working in the baffling field of quantum computing has won a University-wide competition for explaining her PhD in just three minutes.


Snails reveal how two brain cells can hold the key to decision making

3 June 2016

Scientists in Sussex Neuroscience discover how just two neurons can drive a sophisticated form of decision making.


Undergraduate Awards submission deadline extended

25 May 2016

The Undergraduate Awards have recently announced that they have extended their submission deadline to June 14.


Sussex leads new research into preventing deafness caused by cancer treatment

23 May 2016

New study, funded by Action on Hearing Loss, could help to prevent deafness caused by the anti-cancer drug 'Cisplatin'.


EU Referendum: are you registered to vote?

20 May 2016

With the EU Referendum set to take place on 23 June it is hugely important that you know how to vote


University of Sussex starts selling disease-resistant “hygienic” honey bee queens to UK beekeepers

20 May 2016

Scientists working at the Laboratory of Apiculture & Social Insects have set up a research spin-off business.


“How do we think about conservation, and who is it for?”

13 May 2016

Blog post from Life Sciences PhD student, Dan Ingram, with his thoughts on the Georgina Mace SSRP inaugural lecture


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