Exposure to a banned EU pesticide significantly affects the learning of honeybees but has no effect on bumblebees – Sussex scientists have discovered.
Students and staff have a final chance to complete a survey about the UK referendum on EU membership before it closes at midday on Tuesday (5 April).
University gets the green light from the General Pharmaceutical Council to admit pharmacy students from September 2016.
Former students passed on careers advice to a record number of students during Make it Happen fortnight in February and March.
The School of Engineering and Informatics announces the launch of the new Year in Computing, which will accept its first intake in September 2017.
Dr Tim Metham, former Director of the Arts-Science Scheme, died on 22 August 2015 at the age of 67.
Life Sciences has been awarded British Council funding to develop its teaching and research collaboration with Mahidol University in Thailand.
International Student Support have been working with a group of students to understand what it's like coming to Sussex from outside the UK.
Scientists discover how different parts of organs ‘have a mind of their own’ when it comes to growth
Scientists at the University of Sussex have discovered how parts of organs grow differently when body size changes.
Athena SWAN should not be a box-ticking exercise but something that facilitates real change, concluded a panel of Sussex scientists at a debate.