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Call for donations to equip lab in Nigeria and help train a new generation of scientists

16 January 2020

A Sussex research fellow is calling for donations of unused or unwanted, but functional science equipment to help equip a laboratory in Nigeria.


Sussex Professor awarded medal for contributions to field of genome stability

14 January 2020

Professor of Molecular Genetics, Tony Carr, recently won the prestigious Genome Stability Network Medal.


Share your science by the sea: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in May

10 January 2020

Inspire beachgoers with your research at the next Brighton Soapbox Science event on 30 May 2020.


Unused stockpiles of nuclear waste could be more useful than we might think, according to new study

10 January 2020

Sussex chemists have found a new use for the waste product of nuclear power; a breakthrough which could help reduce the burden of large-scale storage.


Sussex Professor of Molecular Genetics awarded CBE in New Year Honours

2 January 2020

A highly respected University of Sussex Professor has been awarded a CBE the New Year Honours List 2020 for his services to medical science.


PhD Spotlight: Daniel Akinbosede

19 December 2019

My research is broadly about understanding and fighting antibiotic resistance in two historically important pathogens


Free period in the School of Life Sciences

19 December 2019

An initiative to provide free period products will be launched in the School of Life Sciences in January 2020.


Life Sciences research and engagement activities showcased at symposium

18 December 2019

A diverse array of research was shared at the 2019 Life Sciences Research Symposium.


Winners of the Kroto Award for Public Engagement announced at symposium

17 December 2019

The joint recipients of the first Kroto Award for Public Engagement were announced at the Life Sciences Research Symposium on 10 December.


The BAME attainment gap is not the fault of BAME students

17 December 2019

Asking BAME students to spend time helping universities decolonise the curriculum is far from the ideal solution, says Daniel Akinbosede


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