Calling Princess Leia: How the out-of-this-galaxy Star Wars hologram just became a step closer to reality
Academics have come the closest yet to recreating one of the most iconic of Star Wars technology; holograms that can be seen,heard and felt.
Sussex researcher explores the vast archives of a celebrated 19th century female photographer, traveller and writer.
What is consciousness? New Impacted podcast tackles the big questions with University of Sussex researchers
Neuroscientist Anil Seth is the first guest on a new series of podcasts spotlighting the work of outstanding University of Sussex researchers.
By the time we are four months old we can distinguish between colours – even before we have the language to describe them. Recent...
Sussex researchers have identified what happens inside our brains when we act altruistically.
First World War centenary commemorations culminate on Remembrance Sunday, but for doctoral student Jenny Flood the reflections are far from over.
Forgotten Surrealists Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff are back in the limelight, thanks to a new exhibition co-curated by Dr Hope Wolf.
How Sussex researchers are using technology to exploit the mysterious “poet” of the senses
Scientists, students and trainee teachers helped 750 schoolchildren learn about the wonders of space and technology.
A project to restore an areas of chalky grassland on campus will help rare plants and creatures to thrive.
Professor Barry Garraway's 18-year-old theory about cooled atoms will be put to the test on the International Space Station.
Sussex researchers are at the forefront of harnessing the magical properties of terahertz radiation.
Sussex academics describe how collaborating with research volunteers can benefit everyone.
Professor Maggie Boden, one of the most eminent experts in artificial intelligence, reflects on her 50 years of puzzling the mind-brain problem.
Historian Professor Carol Dyhouse's new book shows how economics, technology and politics have helped to shape women's desire.
The way to tackle corruption at the top, says Dr Dimitris Ziouvas, is to start at the bottom.