Pet owners washing their hands after applying flea treatment to pets is polluting UK rivers
Pet owners’ hands can be contaminated with pesticides from stroking their pet for at least 28 days after flea treatments are applied.
New video camera system captures the coloured world that animals see
Researchers at the University of Sussex & George Mason University have developed a new camera system to accurately replicate the colours animals see.
Protect our trees to help our honey bees: University of Sussex research indicates around 75,000 honey bee colonies
Research confirms the importance of ancient and veteran trees to wildlife and the need to protect them.
Long in the Bluetooth: Sussex scientists develop a more efficient way to transmit data between our devices
University of Sussex researchers have developed a more energy-efficient alternative to transmit data that could potentially replace Bluetooth in...
Moths are more efficient pollinators than bees, shows new research
Moths are more efficient pollinators at night than bees are during the day.
Clinical Trials Unit awarded full registration
The Brighton and Sussex Clinical Trials Unit at BSMS has been awarded full registration, boosting opportunities for research collaboration
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