Informatics — the study of the storage, transformation and communication of information — has an enormous impact on our daily lives. It contributes to and draws on ideas from many other subject areas. Informatics at Sussex is at the cutting edge of this activity and maintains a traditionally strong interdisciplinary focus.

Informatics Review 2013/14 - open the drop down to reveal all the news stories

Below are some of the highlights, events, awards and activies of the last academic year, click to read the full story:

  1. Sussex neuroscientist to edit new OUP journal
  2. Neuroscientist’s book of illusions wins children’s science prize
  3. Sussex AI expert recalls her ‘light bulb moment’ for Radio 4
  4. How the fruit fly could help us sniff out drugs and bombs
  5. Brain scans reveal ‘grey matter’ differences in media multitaskers
  6. Signal-boosting stadium app shortlisted for national award
  7. Computer Science student cracked smartphone ransomware in his final year
  8. Rediscovered Tudor play brought back to life by Sussex students and MTL
  9. Neuroscientists join major European project to develop artificial brain systems
  10. Free game lets you play part of an African farmer
  11. Quick thinking: New book explains the brain in 30-second chunks
  12. Cognitive scientist appointed adviser to Cambridge research centre
  13. Funding boost to help make promising technology a business reality
  14. Heart in your hand? Neuroscientists discover a new illusion of consciousness

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