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Part Time Centre Administrator Position Availible at the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science

30 January 2015

We are looking for suitable candidates for a 0.5FTE admin role within the Sackler Centre, to be based within the Department of Informatics


University of Sussex acceptances up for eighth consecutive year, UCAS figures show

21 January 2015

Sussex is one of only two universities in Britain to report an uninterrupted year-on-year rise in new undergraduate students for the past eight years.


£10m boost for engineering and robotics at Sussex

8 December 2014

State-of-the-art centre to teach students the latest innovations in robotics at heart of new £10 million investment at the University of Sussex.


Student entrepreneur wins £2,000 bursary, four more up for grabs

8 December 2014

An entrepreneurial Sussex postgraduate has won a £2,000 bursary towards developing treatments for mental health disorders.


Sussex neuroscientist to edit new OUP journal

4 December 2014

A Sussex neuroscientist is to edit a new academic journal on consciousness from the Oxford University Press (OUP).


Girls better than boys at making story-based computer games, Sussex study finds

28 November 2014

Teenage boys are perhaps more known for playing computer games but girls are better at making them, a University of Sussex study has found.


Sussex academic plays cello at Russell Brand book launch

18 November 2014

A Sussex academic was one of 12 musicians who appeared on stage at the Royal Albert Hall to launch comedian Russell Brand’s new children’s book.


Neuroscientist’s book of illusions wins children’s science prize

17 November 2014

A book about optical illusions, co-authored by a University of Sussex neuroscientist, has won the Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize today.


Sussex Research funds three new Kick Start Networks

17 November 2014

Sussex Research has awarded funds to three Sussex academics to support the development of new networks over the next year.


Sussex AI expert recalls her ‘light bulb moment’ for Radio 4

16 October 2014

Professor Margaret Boden, a world-renowned expert in artificial intelligence, is profiled on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Life Scientific’.


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