Sussex biologist identifies what happens when generosity is replaced with brutality in insect courtship.
The directors of two major research centres at Sussex have today (Friday 9 May) been recognised for excellence in medical science.
A new paper by Margaret J Couvillon (LASI), Katherine A Fensome, Shaun KL Quah, and Roger Schürch (LASI) shows that August is a critical month...
Organic chemist Dr D. R. M. (Dave) Walton has died at the age of 77 after a very long illness.
Sussex students are being invited to nominate staff to receive a new student-led teaching award, celebrating the best teaching and support.
Dr Jörn Scharlemann's pioneering computer model can predict the future of Earth’s ecosystems and could help address key environmental concerns.
The School of Life Sciences has been shortlisted for a national award for its pioneering use of energy-saving equipment in its laboratories.
Neville Symonds, the founding Professor of Microbial Genetics from 1965 to 1989, died on 17 March at the age of 89.
Prof Michael Lappert, whose chemistry research covered almost every element in the periodic table, has died at the age of 85.
Summertime and the living is easy – but not for the hungry honey bee, new research from Sussex published today (Wednesday 2 April) reveals.