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.
The University of Sussex has won two awards from the Medical Research Council (MRC) which will help to support vital research into the brain.
Bee expert, Dr Mihail Garbuzov, has won the Royal Entomological Society’s Wallace Award for his PhD thesis about helping honey bees in urban areas.
A Nigerian professor specialising in cancer treatment, and the Nigerian High Commissioner, visited Sussex on 12 February.
Virginia Mahieu, 22, a third year Neuroscience student, has beaten competition from across the UK to won a leading charity's research competition
Sussex alumni will return to campus to offer current students valuable insight into a range of career paths during Make it Happen fortnight.
A new system of postgraduate loans for Masters degrees in the UK will be introduced this year.
Fifty researchers and postdoctoral students from the School of Life Sciences division of Evolution, Behaviour and Environment (EBE) attended a...
The Doctoral School are challenging doctoral researchers on campus to describe their research within three minutes to a non-specialist audience.