With the EU Referendum set to take place on 23 June it is hugely important that you know how to vote
Scientists working at the Laboratory of Apiculture & Social Insects have set up a research spin-off business.
Blog post from Life Sciences PhD student, Dan Ingram, with his thoughts on the Georgina Mace SSRP inaugural lecture
The fund will help to support students who are struggling to cover costs such as printing, textbooks, dissertation binding and academic trips.
Over the next few weeks, ITV Meridian is covering the EU Referendum with a series of features looking at the views of various EU students.
Professor Sir Harry Kroto FRS, one of three University of Sussex Chemistry professors who became Nobel Laureates, died on 30 April at the age of 76.
World-leading chemist and Nobel Prize-winner Sir Harold Kroto FRS has died at the age of 76.
The School of Life Sciences has received the University’s first ever Athena SWAN Silver award in recognition of its work to support female scientists.
Sussex has confirmed its place in the top 20 in all three major UK league tables, after climbing three places in the Complete University Guide 2017.
A University of Sussex scientist who revealed the detailed chemistry of how enzymes work has been honoured with two blue plaques.