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Volunteers wanted to join a LGBT+ in STEMM working group

13 February 2019

The Schools of Life Sciences, Psychology, Maths & Physical Science and Engineering & Informatics, as well as Brighton & Sussex Medical...


Help shape the future of open-source lab equipment

8 February 2019

A group of researchers building ‘DIY’ scientific equipment want to know which tools you would use.


Sussex hosts international neuroscience conference

11 December 2018

Over 180 neuroscientists gathered in Brighton at a conference to discuss research on the function of the brain using the popular zebrafish model.


Snails become risk-takers when hungry

22 November 2018

Hunger increases risk-taking behaviour in snails, according to research from neuroscientists at the University of Sussex.


Scientific excellence recognised as neuroscience professor selected as EMBO Young Investigator

20 November 2018

Professor Tom Baden has been chosen as a Young Investigator by EMBO, an organisation which promotes excellence in the life sciences.


Sussex Neuroscientist awarded prestigious research prize

13 November 2018

A Professor of Neuroscience has been awarded a prestigious prize to further his work into animal vision.


Successful online campaign continues to inspire a future generation of African scientists

23 August 2018

Seven months ago a Sussex researcher launched an online campaign to promote science in Nigeria. A recent report demonstrates its success so far.


Successful showcase celebrates work of LGBT+ scientists

10 July 2018

In recognition of LGBTSTEM day (5 July 2018), a special event was held on campus to celebrate the work done by LGBT+ scientists across the University.


Sussex celebrates first LGBTSTEM Day

28 June 2018

The first international LGBTSTEM Day will be celebrated on campus with an event to showcase the science that is done by LGBT+ scientists.


Out and About STEM: Why visibility of LGBT scientists is important

15 February 2018

Dorieke Grijseels, Sussex Neuroscience PhD, explains why the visibility of LGBT scientists is important:


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