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Behavioural and data scientist to speak about unconscious bias to the School of Life Sciences

18 June 2020

Freelance journalist and author Dr Pragya Agarwal is giving a Zoom talk on Thursday 25 June at 1pm.


Simple blood test could one day diagnose motor neurone disease

18 June 2020

Sussex researchers identify unique biomarker opening the door to future developments which allow for quicker diagnosis.


Scientists discover new protective role of insect hormones

16 June 2020

Two hormones which are key to moulting and metamorphosis have another role in protecting insects from a bacterial pathogen, according to research.


From the eye to the brain: understanding light, colour vision and behaviour

11 June 2020

Sussex scientists have studied how zebrafish send information from the eye to the brain to explore unanswered questions about colour vision and...


Sussex Sustainability Research Programme launch webinar series in response to pandemic’s impact on sustainability

10 June 2020

How did human and environment interactions influence the emergence of COVID-19 and the resulting pandemic?


How magnetic fields and 3D printers will create the pills of tomorrow

9 June 2020

Doctors could soon be administering a course of treatment for life-threatening conditions with a 3D printed capsule controlled by magnetic fields.


Risk of return to exponential growth in Coronavirus cases if UK mobility not kept below half of pre-lockdown levels

9 June 2020

A new report warns of exponential growth in Coronavirus cases if UK population mobility is not kept below more than half of pre-lockdown figures.


Sussex student to increase visibility of BAME role models in science

8 June 2020

A PhD student aims to increase the visibility of role models in science for BAME students by building a community that extends beyond the School.


Science curricula must be decolonised too

5 June 2020

Exploring the often unsavoury history behind many significant advances can be enlightening and empowering for students, argues Daniel Akinbosede


Research finds chemical compounds pointing to new therapeutic avenues for an aggressive blood cancer

3 June 2020

Scientists identified a chemical compound that is able to interfere with a protein-protein interaction critical to the onset of a type of blood cancer


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