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Sussex researchers invited to apply to Researcher Led Initiative fund

24 September 2014

Funds are available from the Doctoral School for researcher-led conferences and other events. Apply by Friday 31 October.


A step into the unmown creates a ‘win-win’ for wildlife and humans

18 September 2014

Creating unmown areas in a park can increase flowers and pollinating insects as well as enjoyment of the space, finds a Sussex study in Saltdean.


Apply now to participate in the Women in STEMM Mentoring Circles 2014/15

3 September 2014

Apply now to participate in the pilot Mentoring Circles scheme for Women Research Staff in STEMM disciplines.


Life Sciences student wins presentation award at international conference

13 August 2014

A PhD student in Life Sciences achieved third place in a student presentation competition at the Society of Invertebrate Pathology annual meeting.
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Novice bumblebees stay close to home to learn the lie of the land, Sussex scientists find

1 August 2014

Bumblebees leaving their nest for the first time learn the lie of the land by flying in ever-widening circles around their hive.


Sussex scientists awarded £4m to develop drug for schizophrenia

1 August 2014

A team of scientists at Sussex are to begin a £4 million project to develop an innovative new drug to treat schizophrenia.


A sunny afternoon at LASI

17 July 2014

A year has passed since our last successful Open Day, so by popular demand we once again opened our doors on a sunny July afternoon, to both...


Scholarship students spend the summer in the lab

9 July 2014

Talented undergraduates are spending the summer in the lab, thanks to a Wellcome Trust grant for five Biomedical Vacation Scholarships.


New internal funding scheme launched through Sussex Research

4 July 2014

Sussex Research is launching a new scheme called the Research Opportunities Fund.


Sussex takes step forward on online submission and feedback of student coursework

4 July 2014

The University is on track to meet its target that, from 2014-15, first-year undergraduates will submit text-based coursework electronically.


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