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Student buzzes the skies to map bee-friendly crops

8 June 2011

University of Sussex bee research student Mihail Garbuzov is a real high-flyer.


Wellcome funds ‘outstanding’ cancer research at Sussex

2 June 2011

The University of Sussex has been awarded just over £2.5m by the Wellcome Trust’s new fund for the “brightest minds in science”.


Sussex up again to best-ever place Guardian’s university guide rankings

17 May 2011

The University continues its ascent of the UK’s university guide league tables, with its highest ever ranking in the Guardian, published today,


Ainsley Harriott tours the bee lab for BBC food show

28 March 2011

TV chef Ainsley Harriott joined researchers at LASI for breakfast to learn more about the honey bee for a new BBC series about British food.


Prime-time BBC science series sets up home at Sussex

3 March 2011

The University of Sussex is the new home to the BBC’s popular science series, Bang Goes the Theory.


Student showcase aims to get public to join the club

18 January 2011

Ever fancied learning some new dance moves, starring in a play or even indulging a passion for tea and cake?


Art and University science unite for Ropetackle festival

15 October 2010

Four leading academics will take to the stage with musicians, artists, actors and students to share the wonder of science this month (October 19-30).


Sussex ecologist’s orchid study helps find new clues on climate change

22 September 2010

Ecologist Mike Hutching's study of rare orchids has provided a powerful source of data for studying climate change, according to new research.


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