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Mihail’s research is helping to save bees

20 January 2015

Gardeners could make their space up to 100 times more attractive to bees, says Mihail Garbuzov, a PhD researcher who graduates on Friday (January 23).


Research Opportunities Fund: open for applications

20 January 2015

The Research Opportunities Fund is designed to provide funds for faculty to stimulate new interdisciplinary ideas, themes and synergies.


Pest resistance to GM crops likely to develop quicker than expected

20 January 2015

Over-estimating the pest-control abilities of GM crops is leading to poor crop management, say researchers at the universities of Sussex and Arizona.


2015 National Student Survey now open

19 January 2015

The 2015 National Student Survey (NSS) is now live for Sussex students who are in the final year of their degree.


Library satisfaction remains high at 90%

16 January 2015

Nine out of 10 Sussex students and staff are satisfied with the University’s Library, new survey results show.


Feeling cold is contagious, scientists find

14 January 2015

Just looking at somebody shivering is enough to make us feel cold, new University of Sussex research has found.


Major supporter receives CBE

13 January 2015

Michael Chowen, founder of Sussex Stationers and one of the University’s long-standing supporters, has been awarded a CBE in the New...


Students' Union round-up of 2014

19 December 2014

A round-up some of the big events and achievements that Students' Union students, officers and staff have been involved in.


Students' Union to become a living wage employer

19 December 2014

The Students' Union will become an accredited living wage employer by 2017, after students voted in support of the move.


Sussex Research makes 11 awards in third round of Research Development Fund

15 December 2014

Sussex Research has made 11 awards in the third round of the Research Development Fund, which received 23 bids from faculty in nine schools.


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