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Diverse research showcased at Life Sciences symposium

15 January 2021

From cuttlefish vision to cell division to drug delivery, a diverse array of research was presented at the online Life Sciences Research Symposium.


Winner of the 2020 Kroto Award for Public Engagement announced at symposium

15 January 2021

The winner of the second Kroto Award for Public Engagement was announced at the Life Sciences Research Symposium on 7 January.


Obituary: Michael Land

4 January 2021

Michael F. Land, Emeritus Professor, died on 14 December 2020 aged 78.


Urgent action needed as 1 in 3 native mammals at risk of extinction in Wales

26 November 2020

For the first time in over 20 years, researchers have assessed the current situation for species in Wales, with a third at risk of extinction.


Celebrating another record year for highly cited researchers

19 November 2020

Nine University of Sussex academics have been included in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers List – up from seven in last year’s global rankings.


Sussex researcher to take part in online natural history festival

19 November 2020

A University of Sussex researcher will take part in Eastbourne’s ‘Making Natural History’ online family-friendly festival.


New research reveals widespread contamination of English rivers with pesticides commonly used as flea treatments

17 November 2020

Sussex researchers have found widespread contamination of English rivers with two neurotoxic pesticides commonly used in veterinary flea products.


Sussex researcher secures prestigious zoology communication award for best-selling book

5 November 2020

A University of Sussex professor has received an award from the Zoological Society of London for his most recent book.


Researcher collaborates with Planetary to raise awareness of rewilding to young people

3 November 2020

A Sussex researcher has collaborated with a new online eco hub to raise awareness of rewilding among young people through a series of 13 short videos.


Sussex set to celebrate LGBTQ+STEM Day with online event

2 November 2020

The University of Sussex is celebrating LGBTQ+STEM Day with a special online event on 18 November.


Sussex students and staff offer helping hand to hedgehogs on campus

20 October 2020

A team of students and staff are working together to make the University of Sussex campus hedgehog-friendly.


Careers support for international students: how we can help you

20 October 2020

The Careers and Employability Centre is offering three new focused careers sessions for international students.


Sussex joins consortium to create innovative Centre for Doctoral Training and help transform UK Food Systems

16 October 2020

The University of Sussex has joined a UKRI-funded consortium to help create future leaders to reshape how we make, transport and consume our food.


Tribute to Professor Dame Georgina Mace

24 September 2020

The Sussex Sustainability Research Programme is deeply saddened by the death of Professor Dame Georgina Mace, Sussex alumna and honorary doctorand.


Why biological studies on queer people do more harm than good

15 September 2020

When studying vulnerable groups, scientists should always be aware of the context their studies take place in.


Sustainable Development Goals essential for the UK Government’s pandemic recovery

14 September 2020

Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) provides evidence to new All-Party Parliamentary Group report.


Call for contributions to Nature2020 lockdown journals project

14 September 2020

Nature2020 is currently collecting writings and artwork which reflect on connections to the local natural environment during COVID-19.


Ingenuity - Impact through enterprise

13 August 2020

Launching in September, Ingenuity is seeking students and alumni who are interested in setting up an impact-led business to invest over £400,000.


One quarter of native mammals now at risk of extinction in Britain

30 July 2020

Led by a Sussex professor, the first official Red List for British Mammals highlights species most at risk of national extinction in the near future.


Landmark case could give ‘Rights of Nature’ to endangered forests

16 July 2020

Sussex researcher to provide evidence in legal case that could set a world precedent by invoking the ‘Rights of Nature’ to protect forests in Ecuador.


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