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Hope remains to save the world’s most trafficked animal as it enjoys the spotlight of a global day in its honour
The University of Sussex is shining new light on the plight of pangolins in the hope of staving off the very real threat to their survival.
Sussex staff joined a team from Balfour Beatty’s construction site on the East Slope to take part in a litter pick for Go Green week on Thursday.
An engineering researcher at Sussex who has just completed his PhD has been recognised by the Iraqi government for the impact of his published work.
For the Brighton Science Festival this month, Dr David Schwartzman and Dr Keisuke Suzuki are showcasing their research on visual hallucinations.
SussexFood are fighting food waste with Too Good To Go and are boxing up their surplus food at the end of service, instead of throwing it away!
Spotlight on Dr Nikolaos Tsoureas, Research Fellow in Chemistry at the School of Life Sciences.
Bobbie Farsides, Professor of Clinical and Biomedical Ethics at BSMS, argues that palliative care and assisted dying are not incompatible.
University of Sussex physicists curate the Science Museum's 'Could quantum computers change the world?' exhibition.
From the farm to the hospital – how fungicide research could help curb a serious global health threat
Novel compounds originally developed for use in farming could be key in the fight against a fungus considered a serious global health threat.
Rents will be cut for around one in three students living on campus for 2018/19, the University of Sussex has confirmed.