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Sussex researcher finds children have better manners than robots

27 August 2015

A group of children proved they had better manners than a robot as they tried to program it to move and react to touch at the University of Sussex.

Sussex scientists bring the art of touch to the Tate

25 August 2015

The Tate Britain gallery in London - with University of Sussex scientists - is this week starting an experiment with art that engages all our senses

Sweet smell of success? Sussex fruit fly research makes global engineering award shortlist

12 August 2015

Sussex research about a fly’s sense of smell has beaten record competition to be shortlisted in the Institute of Chemical Engineers Global Awards.

Engineering and Informatics aim for a lean, mean admin machine

24 July 2015

Staff in the Eng/Inf School Office hope to become an example of administrative best practice, reduce waste and optimize productivity.

Sussex researchers to ‘programme a human’ at live coding conference

10 July 2015

Researchers from Sussex will be ‘programming’ a human performer at the first ever international conference on live coding next week (13-15 July).

Art and science collide in an explosion of colour, speed and movement

6 July 2015

A racing car built by students at the University of Sussex now has a unique livery thanks to the work of some of the University’s computing experts.

Sussex neuroscientist reveals his ‘life scientific’ delusions for BBC Radio 4

11 June 2015

Professor Anil Seth is profiled in the first live recording of BBC Radio 4's top science programme 'The Life Scientific'.

Sussex robots to inspire next generation of female engineers

2 June 2015

Sussex is celebrating the 50th anniversary of engineering on campus by using robots to inspire the next generation of engineers – especially girls.

Sussex Research makes 11 awards in the fourth round of the Research Development Fund

28 May 2015

Sussex Research has made 11 awards in the fourth round of the Research Development Fund, which received 24 bids from faculty in nine schools.

Two more Sussex schools recognised for advancing gender equality

30 April 2015

Two schools - Engineering and Informatics and BSMS - have been recognised for their progress in advancing gender equality with an Athena SWAN award.

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