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Students share £3,000 prize for innovative and sustainable solutions to Global Design Challenge

28 February 2019

Around 450 students took part in The Global Design Challenge tackling real-world problems faced by rural communities of Tamil Nadu in southern India.


Girl powered: Global project to get more women in engineering comes to the University of Sussex

11 February 2019

The Robogals Conference is this year being hosted by the University of Sussex.


Research Development Fund: Sussex Research funds 12 new projects

7 February 2019

Sussex Research has made 12 awards in the tenth round of the Research Development Fund.


Outreach at the beach: Soapbox Science returns to Brighton in June

29 January 2019

Take your science to the seafront, share your research and inspire passers-by at Soapbox Science.


Smell technology takes global elite from snowy slopes of Davos to rainforest in just one sniff

23 January 2019

Innovative research into the potential of the human sense of smell is being demonstrated in front of the world’s most influential leaders.


Neuroscientist makes front page news in Chile after high-profile talk

18 January 2019

Neuroscientist Prof Anil Seth has headed up a delegation of top UK scientists participating in the “most important knowledge event in Latin America”.


Creative technology academic to explore protecting workers’ rights in the digital age as part of £1.2m project

21 December 2018

The University of Sussex is involved in a major research project alongside Google and the BBC aimed at making digital services fairer for all.


Computer hardware originally designed for 3D games could hold the key to replicating the human brain

19 December 2018

Researchers have created the fastest and most energy efficient simulation of part of a rat brain using off-the-shelf computer hardware.


Engineering and Informatics presented with Athena SWAN Bronze Award

12 December 2018

Two staff from Engineering and Informatics have been presented with an Athena SWAN award that recognises the School’s commitment to gender equality.


Smelling the forest, not the trees: Why animals are better at sniffing out complex smells than individual compounds

10 December 2018

Animals are much better at smelling a complex “soup” of odorants rather than a single pure ingredient, a new study has revealed.


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