The Human Mind Project has teamed up with the Sackler Centre to present this exciting workshop exploring the human experience of emotion and memory.
A dream job with Google and a side-line as a motivational speaker are the start of Wilfrid Obeng’s mission to solve computer science’s image problem.
A folk heroine and an historical novelist are among the ten remarkable people receiving honorary degrees at this week’s graduation ceremonies.
A series of specially commissioned portraits that reveal the personal motivations of female academics at Sussex is on show at the Attenborough Centre.
A multi-sensory art experience at Tate Britain involving University of Sussex academics has won a major design award this week.
The School of Engineering and Informatics is organising an event on career opportunities and challenges for female engineers and computer scientists.
The University of Sussex wins award for supporting students from low-income backgrounds or who are the first in their family to go to university.
A Sussex project to create drones controlled by a bee’s brain was presented in Brighton to enthusiasts celebrating International Drone Day.
More than 200 children ‘graduated’ at the University of Sussex this week after attending a programme aimed at guiding them towards a bright future.
The STRC will co-organise the 4th Int Workshop on Human Activity Sensing Corpus and Applications (HASCA) Workshop at Ubicomp 2016.