New paper calls for coherent rights-based approach to tackling malnutrition
Joint University of Zambia, Sussex and IDS research explores the ‘right to nutrition’ in its social, legal and political context
Study shows that young genes adapt faster than old ones
A study from Sussex and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology shows that the age of a gene determines how fast they adapt.
New ‘Rights of Nature’ case will have major implications for protected forest and indigenous lands
A University of Sussex conservation biologist addresses urgent climate and biodiversity crisis in Ecuador in another landmark Rights of Nature case.
New scanner that could 'revolutionise healthcare' at Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre
A new lightweight MRI scanner, which could revolutionise healthcare, arrived at the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC) on Friday 19 August.
Cross-cultural conversation on anti-colonial resistance histories co-curated by Sussex professor
Conversations, screenings and performances at Resistance Cultures Festival mark 100 years of Irish independence and 60 years of Algerian independence
Team reveals structure of Smc5/6, a complex important to human health, first identified at Sussex over 25 years ago
A study, led by a team of researchers based in the Life Sciences, has revealed the 3-dimensional structure of the budding yeast Smc5/6 complex.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at heart of Research Week programme
The NIHR ARC KSS Academy holds its second Research Week to support the learning and development of applied health and social care researchers.
Overemphasis on aesthetics in quality standards of bananas is harmful to workers
SSRP researcher Dr Zaglul Ruiz shows that small changes in our perceptions of what a desirable commodity is could improve workers’ lives