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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.


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:


Children get hands on with science at Bright Sparks

6 February 2018

This weekend children will build brains, train snails, make marvellous medicines and more at Bright Sparks, an interactive science event.


Leverhulme Trust to fund doctoral scholarships at Sussex in sensation, perception and awareness

8 January 2018

One of the UK’s largest providers of research funding is to fund a new million-pound inter-disciplinary doctoral training programme at Sussex.


Asa Briggs Visiting Fellowships Round 2: call for applications

20 November 2017

The second round of this prestigious scheme is now open. The Fellowships will enable internationally outstanding academics to visit Sussex.


Sussex neuroscientist recognised as rising star of research by Leverhulme Awards

19 October 2017

A researcher at the School of Life Sciences has been awarded a highly prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize.


Sussex and Tokyo Tech work together to provide a world-class student experience

29 September 2017

Universities agree partnership to internationalise professional services and explore co-operation on education and research.


Sussex and strategic partners nurture the next generation of global research talent

25 July 2017

Visiting students from leading global universities presented undergraduate research at an event at Sussex last week.


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.


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.


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