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Music and Machine Learning

30 July 2019

Dr Chris Kiefer's article shows how to create a model based on existing sounds, which can be used to create new variations of the source material.


Academics from Universities of Ghana and Sussex shape thinking on science for the Sustainable Development Goals

12 July 2019

Academics convened at an expert workshop in Accra on 25 June to discuss how science, research and academia can help achieve these important goals.


Sussex Humanities Lab enters a new development phase

11 July 2019

A secure budgetary settlement has been confirmed for the Lab to support research in the Digital Humanities for the next three years to August 2022.


Award for lecturers passionate about equipping young historians with digital skills

10 July 2019

Lecturers at the University of Sussex have been jointly awarded a prestigious national teaching prize by the Royal Historical Society.


SSRP workshop on research methods a success

14 June 2019

On 5 June, the SSRP hosted a workshop titled Research Methods for Sustainability: social science meets natural science, and something in-between.


Digital Humanities

14 February 2019

Prof. David M. Berry has written an op-ed article in the magazine conditiohumana.io on the future of digital humanities.


Championing open access with online digital history journal

8 October 2018

Two historians are celebrating after an open-access journal, for which they sit on the editorial board, reached a million annual page visits.


From 3D holograms to sound installations: staff and students feature at Brighton's Digital Festival

21 September 2018

Brighton’s Digital Festival kicks off this week with a wealth of events from University of Sussex staff and students.


Take a “bath” in birdsong at Newhaven Festival

17 August 2018

Give yourself a break from the pressures of modern life by bathing in birdsong in an ancient church, urges an expert in ecological acoustics.


Hidden history of BBC response to Britain's increasing cultural diversity revealed in new digital history project

20 July 2018

The Connected Histories of the BBC project, running until the BBC centenary in 2022, is curated by Professor David Hendy and Sussex Humanities Lab.


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