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This is how the artificial intelligence in Facebook and Google works...

Recently, Professor of Informatics at the University of Sussex, Thomas Nowotny published this great article on The Conversation – so we thought we would share it with you all too… 902 more words

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The study abroad journey

So I’ve decided to study abroad for a term and I thought making a blog about my adventures and experiences would be a good idea, so…here goes. 256 more words

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New 2016 Feminist Reading Group

Come along to our Wednesday lunchtime feminist reading group – all welcome!

Our first session is taking place on 24th February in the English Social Space (Arts B274) from 12 – 1.30pm. 38 more words

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Postgraduate Open Day announced for early 2016...

The annual University-wide Postgraduate Taught Open Day is an excellent opportunity to meet academic staff and current postgraduate students and to find out how a postgraduate degree can help improve your career prospects. 114 more words

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Northfield - Sussex University's sustainable student housing

We walked round the back of Stanmer Park today, to see the green roofs at Northfield, the campus extension of Sussex University.

Built between 2010 and 2013, the campus features a wide range of features to minimise its environmental impact and running costs. 459 more words

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Arts Jobs: Strategic Director; Business Development Intern ** deadline 25 Nov; 11 Dec 2015 ** ONCA, Brighton

* Job Title: Business Development Intern

Programme: Sussex University Graduate Scheme

Length: 3 month fixed term contract

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week

Fee: £3,100… 470 more words

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Embryonic zebrafish heart patterns mapped by highly sensitive sensors developed in School...

Highly sensitive sensors have been successfully used to map the electrical activity of the developing heart in embryos, in a University of Sussex study published on 10th November, which could lead to new insight into how heart rhythm abnormalities develop, the researchers say. 524 more words

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