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Sussex Programme for Quantum Research labs open after months of lockdown

29 June 2020

Following lockdown, research groups in the Sussex Programme for Quantum Research are back in their labs again and have shared a video showing us how.


Obituary: Steve Rogers

22 June 2020

The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences technician spent 42 years at Sussex and was instrumental in the University’s local outreach work.


Doctoral researchers awarded for outstanding impact

18 June 2020

Sunayana Bhargava (MPS) and Halldor Ulfarsson (MFM) have demonstrated considerable impact in their work.


Major investors back disruptive new player in quantum computing race

15 June 2020

Professor Winfried Hensinger and Dr Sebastian Weidt launch their new quantum computing company 'Universal Quantum' with backing from major investors.


The Bose-Einstein condensate turns 25 ... and the race is on to make the first commercial device

5 June 2020

The Sussex Programme for Quantum Research has released a video to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first established Bose-Einstein condensate.


The sensitive strain sensor that can detect the weight of a feather

4 June 2020

Physicists have created the most sensitive strain sensor ever made, capable of detecting a feather's touch.


Researcher in experimental photonics awarded prestigious fellowship

28 May 2020

Helena Normanton Fellow Juan Sebastian Totero Gongora has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship with the project “Route to AI...


Physicist creates fifth state of matter from their living room

26 May 2020

A physicist has created the fifth state of matter working from home using quantum technology.


Big Data expertise at Climate Emergency Hackathon

19 May 2020

Edward Salakpi, a research student with DISCnet (the Data Intensive Science Centre in SEPnet) and member of the Data Intensive...


Pretty as a peacock: The gemstone for the next generation of smart sensors

19 May 2020

Scientists have taken inspiration from the biomimicry of butterfly wings to develop a material for the next generation of smart sensors.


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