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Ainsley Harriott tours the bee lab for BBC food show

28 March 2011

TV chef Ainsley Harriott joined researchers at LASI for breakfast to learn more about the honey bee for a new BBC series about British food.


Talking about a resolution – is intervention in Libya justified?

24 March 2011

As hostilities continue in Libya, the world is waiting to see whether international intervention will help to resolve the conflict.


Wish you were here! Conference celebrates the postcard

16 March 2011

A long-dead hamster, gondola-travelling geese and a humorous SOS from a plane crash survivor at sea are among entries to a postcard competition.


How female wisdom in old age helps elephants survive

16 March 2011

The value of mature female experience may be something that human society needs to be reminded of, but elephants have good reason never to forget.


How dogs make sense of size

4 March 2011

Researchers have shown that dogs can match acoustic and visual cues – an ability thought to be found in primates only – when assessing other dogs.


Population growth a threat to living standards in Africa, says University of Sussex study

1 March 2011

Rapid population growth in sub-Saharan Africa could overwhelm attempts to improve low living standards, say University of Sussex economists.


Sussex tech spin-off will revolutionise cancer prognosis from medical images

23 February 2011

TexRAD, a new tech spin-off from Sussex, will market new software that can produce new information from body scan images of cancer patients.


Sussex appoints UK’s first Chair in Applied Geomorphology

1 February 2011

The UK’s first Chair in Applied Geomorphology is slope and landslide guru Professor Roger Moore.


Art historian joins BBC antiques show in Brighton

31 January 2011

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.


Student’s crowd research shows why we love the terraces and hate the Tube

26 January 2011

David Novelli’s change of career from chef to psychologist was in part inspired by his love of football.


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