Evolution, behaviour and environment


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Last chance to complete the International Student Barometer

24 November 2015

About 25% of international students at Sussex have already completed the International Student Barometer (ISB). The survey closes on Friday (27 Nov).

Neonicotinoid pesticides linked to butterfly declines, shows Sussex research

24 November 2015

The use of neonicotinoid pesticides may be contributing to the decline of butterflies in the UK, according to new Sussex research.

One World Week 2016 - call for event proposals

6 November 2015

International Student Support and the Students' Union are organising the third annual One World Week.

Mobile/Technologies Week encourages innovative use of technologies at Sussex

2 November 2015

The Library and Technology Enhanced Learning have organised a week of events on the use of technologies to support teaching, learning and research.

Still time to complete the International Student Barometer

2 November 2015

International students at Sussex are curently taking place in the world's largest student survey. The International Student Barometer (ISB for...

Careers Fair 2015 is nearly upon us

28 October 2015

Next Wednesday (4 November) over 130 different organisations will be gracing the AMEX stadium for Careers Fair 2015.

New biomedical sciences building will inspire a new generation of scientists

27 October 2015

Following approval in July for the campus masterplan, architects are working up potential designs for a new building for the School of Life Sciences.

Researchers uncover a novel link between genetics and movement control

22 October 2015

A small molecule in cells, previously believed to have no impact on animal behaviour, could in fact be responsible for controlling precise movements.

Tiny mitochondria play mighty role in fertility and ageing

21 October 2015

Mutations within the DNA of mitochondria – the tiny structures that power cells – have significant effects on fertility and life expectancy.

Plants trick bees with caffeine-laced nectar

15 October 2015

Plants may be tricking bees into repeatedly visiting their flowers by exploiting their craving for caffeine, a new Sussex-led study has found.

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