Computer scientists are supporting the development of an app that will help smartphone users to find out what's happening at the end of their street.
A paper co-authored by a Sussex academic has won the Best Paper Award at an international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems
The Brighton Grand Challenge is looking for ambitious entrepreneurs whose viable business concepts can help to address humanity's biggest problems.
A smartphone app – developed by a Sussex academic - that boosts phone signal in big stadiums is heading to more football grounds around the country.
Bumblebees leaving their nest for the first time learn the lie of the land by flying in ever-widening circles around their hive.
An ingenious student who graduates today (8 July) created a stir in the tech world before he’d even finished his BSc in Computer Science at Sussex.
Twitter users in in the UK and Ireland and even France cheered on England at this summer’s World Cup, according to analysis by a Sussex PhD student.
Sussex students narrowly missed out on a £25,000 prize yesterday (Monday 9 June) after making the final five of a national competition.
The first ever Strategic Competition for substantial investment in a research programme has been run by Sussex Research.
A Sussex scientist has received a prestigious fellowship for his world-class research in creating artificial brain networks.