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Technology anthropologist and sound artist team up for major digital festival commission

28 August 2015

A technology anthropologist and a sound artist from Sussex have collaborated on a ‘major commission’ for the UK’s biggest digital festival.


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.


Analysis: The Beeb, the bias and the bashing

27 August 2015

The fact that some BBC journalists have, or had, left or right-wing leanings should not be a cause of surprise, nor of concern, argues Ivor Gaber.


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


University commemorates Lord Attenborough with giant picture show

24 August 2015

The face of Richard Attenborough beamed across campus this weekend to commemorate the first anniversary of the actor and film director’s death.


Despite Ashley Madison furore, our view of infidelity has not always been fixed

24 August 2015

When in 2010 I interviewed Noel Biderman, founder of Ashley Madison, he said: “It’s easy to vilify me. But I didn’t invent infidelity.”


Sussex to showcase virtual reality and high-tech comics at Brighton Digital Festival

21 August 2015

Sussex staff will be delving into virtual reality and digital comics at Brighton Digital Festival next month.


Analysis: How did Jupiter and Saturn form? The answer may lie with the humble pebble

20 August 2015

After many decades of exploring the solar system, we still have much to learn about our closest celestial neighbours.


SPRU project to investigate resilience and vulnerability at the urban Nexus

20 August 2015

A new ESRC-funded project in SPRU will investigate resilience and vulnerability at the urban nexus of food, water, energy and the environment.


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