University of Sussex research links with China have been highlighted as an example to Chinese investors of how the UK and China can work together.
Revolutionary new sensors are the focus of a new partnership between the University of Sussex and Plessy Ltd.
Warm weather makes for a sociable sweat bee – and for some surprising behavioural flexibility, new research reveals.
Post expenses scandal and mid coalition, have we entered a 'new politics'? Or is it business as usual behind the spin at Westminster?
Is it right to allow people’s private medical records to be used in research?
Professor Alan Lehmann will give a public lecture on the importance of DNA damage and repair in the study of human disease.
How do billions of neurons inside our heads generate the experience of a melody?
Are yoghurt and baked beans really good for you? Can tummy bugs be friendly bugs? Are we too squeaky clean these days for our own good?
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).
Does a child’s access to education affect health and economic prospects? University of Sussex researchers are seeking answers in a new study.