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Professor John Spencer’s Lab to carry out vital skin cancer research thanks to new grant

20 July 2017

A new project will enable scientists to study the role a key protein plays in the development of melanoma and other aggressive cancers.


Pangolins at ‘huge risk’ as study reveals dramatic increases in hunting across Central Africa

19 July 2017

First study of its kind shows true scale of problem facing world’s most illegally traded mammal.


DIY lab technique to revolutionise training for neuroscientists

18 July 2017

A Sussex neuroscientist has come up with an inexpensive way to self-manufacture lab equipment.


Relationship with environment is central to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

18 July 2017

Understanding the way humans interact with the environment is crucial to achieving the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Conscious machines? Not unless they are alive, says expert in “mind-scrambling” TED talk

18 July 2017

Our conscious experiences have more to do with being alive than being intelligent, argues Prof Anil Seth in his TED talk going live today (18 July).


Sussex experts say Brexit has had a limited impact on party Euroscepticism - but this may change

14 July 2017

Two academics from the School of Law, Politics and Sociology share findings on a prestigious ESRC-funded project.


Sussex and HKUST link up to work on neuroscience and cancer

6 July 2017

Over 30 distinguished scientists gathered at Sussex to tackle problems in genome instability, a characteristic of most cancers, and neurobiology.


Brighton MP praises Sussex scientist’s "cutting edge" research

5 July 2017

Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas has praised the work of University of Sussex scientist Dr Amy Gardner as "cutting edge" and "mind-expanding".


Who'll win at Wimbledon? Just listen to the pitch of the grunts

4 July 2017

Sussex psychologists show how measuring the pitch of tennis players' grunts can predict match outcomes.


Picture overload hinders children learning new words in storybooks, study finds

30 June 2017

Less is more when it comes to helping children learn new vocabulary from illustrated books, according to a new study.


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