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How our brains are biologically tuned to be influenced by confident people

13 December 2016

New research from the University of Sussex has shown for the first time why confident people are able to shift our beliefs so effectively.


Sussex to team up with leading Hong Kong university to launch dual PhD in cancer science

6 December 2016

A global genome damage and stability programme will train the next generation of cancer scientists.


Consciousness expert awarded Wellcome Engagement Fellowship

4 October 2016

A leading consciousness scientist at the University of Sussex has today (Tuesday 4 October) been named one of Wellcome’s engagement fellows for 2016.


University of Sussex academic guest-edits issue of prestigious Royal Society journal

1 September 2016

The latest issue of ‘Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B’ examines how BOLD imaging data is interpreted when measuring brain activity


Snails reveal how two brain cells can hold the key to decision making

3 June 2016

Scientists in Sussex Neuroscience discover how just two neurons can drive a sophisticated form of decision making.


Award-winning Sussex scientist is brains behind neuroscience book for kids

19 April 2016

A children’s book exploring the brain in bite-sized chunks has been co-authored by a University of Sussex scientist.


Explore brains, robots and outer space at Brighton Science Festival this Feb

2 February 2016

University of Sussex scientists will reveal secrets of the natural - and not-so-natural - world at a bumper Brighton Science Festival this February.


Sussex neuroscientist kicks off new series of science comedy show

14 January 2016

A University of Sussex neuroscientist kicked off a new series of a science comedy show by discussing how robots could potentially enslave humanity.


Sussex study reveals brain mechanism for creating durable memories

27 October 2015

Rehearsing information immediately after being given it may be all you need to make it a permanent memory, a University of Sussex study suggests.


Researchers uncover a novel link between genetics and movement control

22 October 2015

A small molecule in cells, previously believed to have no impact on animal behaviour, could in fact be responsible for controlling precise movements.


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