Seeing the brain scans of psychopaths was what prompted Shauna Crampsie, who graduates this morning (15 July), to want to become a brain scientist.
A protein that contributes to dementia can cause memory loss in healthy brains before physical signs of degeneration appear, says new Sussex research.
The University of Sussex Baby Lab has helped theatre company Flying Eye to create a magical Brighton Festival show for babies and toddlers.
Sussex researchers are taking part in a festival at London’s Science Museum this week that explores the biotechnological future of the human body.
An expert on Alzheimer’s disease whose research team benefited from a donation by Terry Pratchett has praised his contribution to raising awareness.
Academic staff are being encouraged to highlight a research bursary scheme worth up to £1,800 to Sussex undergraduates.
A gene that increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by up to 10 times will be the focus of a new research centre launched today at Sussex.
Sussex staff will explore the human brain, give a bee's eye view of the world, and demonstrate geometry with bubbles at a science festival next month.
A University of Sussex neuroscience student is one of only 14 UK undergraduates to be awarded a medical research grant by a national charity.
Sussex Emeritus Professor Michael Land’s latest book sums up what is known – and still unknown - about our most important sensory organ.