Researchers have shown that dogs can match acoustic and visual cues – an ability thought to be found in primates only – when assessing other dogs.
Rapid population growth in sub-Saharan Africa could overwhelm attempts to improve low living standards, say University of Sussex economists.
TexRAD, a new tech spin-off from Sussex, will market new software that can produce new information from body scan images of cancer patients.
The UK’s first Chair in Applied Geomorphology is slope and landslide guru Professor Roger Moore.
Art historian Alexandra Loske has graduated from behind-the-scenes advisor to on-screen expert with an appearance on BBC show The Antiques Road Trip.
David Novelli’s change of career from chef to psychologist was in part inspired by his love of football.
A man who broke his silence to reveal the horrors he witnessed in a Nazi death camp will attend Holocaust Memorial Day at the University of Sussex.
A revolutionary new sensor technology, that can detect a heartbeat up to a metre away, has been licensed by Sussex to Plessey Semiconductors Ltd.
A student who discovered a “treasure trove” of research locked away on a computer for 20 years has this week published the complete work online.
With the advent of civil partnerships, have all the debates now been won when it comes to same-sex rights?