A Sussex scientist has been awarded a research fellowship prize and up to £200,000 in funding over five years to support his work on DNA repair.
Stricter controls on bumblebee imports to the UK are needed to prevent diseases spreading to native bumblebees and honeybees, scientists have warned.
Workshop held to support the Sussex research community in taking advantage of the range of non-clinical health orientated research funding available.
New research by Sussex neuroscientists suggests that the interaction between smell and sight occurs not just in the brain, but starts in the eye.
A student placement with Procter & Gamble led to a job recommendation for Joy Askew, who graduates today (Wed 10 July) with a degree in Biochemistry.
When her daughter fell dangerously ill, Kim Novis took it upon herself to learn as much as she could about her daughter’s condition.
Two Nobel Prize-winners have doubled their gold-medal tally – with a University of Sussex gold medal to add to their Nobel medal.
A BBC broadcaster was on campus last week to film honey bees and to interview researchers in the Laboratory of Apiculture & Social Insects (LASI).
Changes to the autumn teaching term and to the mid-year assessment period at Sussex are to be phased in over two academic years.
The University is seeking views from staff and students on the draft of a new strategic plan for Sussex for 2013-18.