New Sussex research shows elephants can identify humans that pose a threat to them by distinguishing between the language and voices.
An online policy portal has published a new article co-written by Dr Paolo Masella on the influence of language on cultural identity.
On International Women’s Day, Global Studies and IDS are launching a new learning resource on gender, women’s empowerment and development.
Findings from research involving more than 100 Sussex students in a simulated mass incident could help save lives in the event of a genuine emergency.
The Unseen Enemy Film will be published by the University of Sussex’s open access academic digital platform REFRAME in the Spring.
A scheme in Scotland that covered urban roundabouts and verges in wild flowers has proved a big hit with bumblebees, new Sussex research reveals.
A physics student won ‘most outstanding project’ at an exhibition in Parliament yesterday celebrating the UK’s best undergraduate research.
Sussex brain experts have put their heads together to explain 50 of the most mind-blowing ideas in neuroscience, each in less than half a minute.
Sussex brain experts explain 50 of the most mind-blowing ideas in neuroscience, each in less than half a minute, for a new book published on 6 March.
One of Britain’s leading research psychiatrists says dementia has never before had such a high priority for diagnosis and management.