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Neuroscientist receives prestigious funding to set up lab at the University of Sussex

18 May 2020

A rising star researcher has received funding from the Wellcome Trust to set up a new lab in the University’s School of Life Sciences.


Sussex neuroscientist secures prestigious award

7 May 2020

A neuroscientist at the University of Sussex has received a prestigious award from the Wellcome Trust.


Having a PhD viva using Zoom

23 April 2020

Noora Nevala successfully defended her PhD via Zoom. If you have your viva coming up and aren’t sure what to expect, Noora has answered some questions


Scientists to showcase dementia research at free public event

19 February 2020

Researchers are hosting a free event in order to share their dementia research with members of the public on 10 March 2020.


Life Sciences to host event to highlight LGBT+ scientists

17 February 2020

The School of Life Sciences is hosting an event to raise the visibility of LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender plus) scientists


Sussex neuroscientist wins Nature award in recognition of positive impact his work has had on society

7 November 2019

A neuroscientist at the University of Sussex has become the first winner of the Nature Research Awards for Driving Global Impact.


Sussex neuroscientist working to improve science communication in Nigeria

7 November 2019

A neuroscientist at Sussex is hoping to improve science communications in Nigeria, launching workshops partnering top journalists with scientists.


Wikipedia Edit-a-thon to raise the visibility of Black British people in STEM

22 October 2019

An upcoming workshop will showcase notable Black British professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM).


This Sussex Life: Martin Gosling: “We have the opportunity to treat all Cystic Fibrosis patients”

6 August 2019

Martin Gosling, Chief Scientific Officer at Enterprise Therapeutics, describes the benefits of working with the University of Sussex.


Fruit fly studies reveal simple genetic system is behind complex movements

30 July 2019

Researchers have shown that a simple genetic system can control complex movements, furthering our understanding of motor control in health & disease.


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