Watching TV can be good for you
Radio Times and University of Sussex reveal preliminary results for The Screen Test, showing the role of TV and radio in people's lives
Our memories are unreliable because we like predictable stories: new Sussex research
Sussex Neuroscience researchers found that the human bias for complete storylines can lead us to misremember the conclusion of everyday events.
New Sussex study reveals four ‘super’ actions for keeping on top of work-email
New study identifies the four actions you should take to improve both well-being and productivity
Babies bias for Van Gogh – new study finds taste in art is present from babyhood
University of Sussex study finds babies and adults have similar taste in Van Gogh paintings.
New study shows that Bumblebees and hoverflies are the top urban pollinators
Bumblebees and hoverflies are among the most important pollinators of urban-grown crops, but strawberry plants in cities need help to be pollinated.
Seagulls steal your chips because they’re smart – new study
New study shows that food-pinching Brighton gulls observe humans and mimic their food choices.
Want satisfaction? Do the maths
University of Sussex mathematicians have developed the first ever mathematical model of how to reach sexual climax, as revealed in a new paper.
Moths are more efficient pollinators than bees, shows new research
Moths are more efficient pollinators at night than bees are during the day.
UK businesses facing increased costs and supply chain issues in post-Brexit system – new from UKTPO
The post-Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) poses significant difficulties and disadvantages for many businesses.
All aboard the Sussex Brain Bus!
Locals invited to the official launch of the Sussex Brain Bus at Hove Lawns on Friday 24 March. Event aims to raise awareness about dementia research.
Edible electronics: how a seaweed second skin could transform health and fitness sensor tech
University of Sussex scientists have used seaweed to develop new, biodegradable health sensors, which could be applied like a second skin.
Sussex scientists make breakthrough in developing quantum computers that can solve big challenges of our time
Sussex scientists have, for the first time, connected quantum microchips together, like a jigsaw puzzle, and with record-breaking speed and accuracy
Public back bolder policies to reduce fuel and transport poverty
Study finds there is wide public support for more ambitious UK policies to tackle fuel and transport poverty
Investors who make decisions with others are half as likely to bet on falling stock prices – new research
University of Sussex study finds that consulting others reduces financial overconfidence and improves the quality of investment decisions
Sussex researchers find pesticide use is linked to garden bird decline
House sparrows (down 70% since the 1970s) especially affected by herbicides containing glyphosate
Sussex researchers use Artificial Intelligence to personalise cancer patient treatments
University of Sussex develop novel method of identifying the genes that are critical to a cancer cell’s survival using AI
Conflicts of interest in UK food regulation “puts public health at risk” – new research
Food regulatory institutions in the UK should have robust mechanisms for addressing commercial conflicts of interest, argues a new research paper
Dissection documentary provides invaluable cancer education
Prof Claire Smith led the anatomists and clinicians who dissected the body of Toni Crews over 12 educational workshops for around 1000 students.
Climate crisis calls for systemic change to finance: new report
Sussex and Utrecht researchers from the Deep Transitions project urge a new approach to investing.