University of Sussex

The University of Sussex is a public research university situated on a large and open green field site on the Sussex Downs, East Sussex.

A low-carbon energy future depends on sustainable metals and minerals

Could unused stockpiles of nuclear waste actually be useful?

Really interesting possibilities: A glue which can unstick when placed in a magnetic field

Industry-strength adhesive means products can be dismantled and recycled, rather than thrown into landfill Researchers at the University of Sussex have developed a glue which can unstick when placed in a magnetic field, meaning products otherwise destined for landfill, could now be dismantled and recycled at the end of their life. Currently, items like mobile

Really interesting possibilities: A glue which can unstick when placed in a magnetic field

Countries that relax regulations for regenerative medicines could be causing a downward spiral in international standards

Relaxing of regulations for regenerative medicines has cascading effect internationally, new research warns Researchers warn that if just one country decides to relax regulations in the field, a heightened sense of competition can spur others to do the same. It’s unclear whether this deregulation best serves competition, science or the patients. Regenerative medicine focuses on

Countries that relax regulations for regenerative medicines could be causing a downward spiral in international standards

Devices capable of manipulating sound in the same way as light may change the way we hear things

Academics have created devices capable of manipulating sound in the same way as light – creating exciting new opportunities in entertainment and public communication. Researchers at the universities of Sussex and Bristol have unveiled how the practical laws used to design optical systems can also be applied to sound through acoustic metamaterials at the ACM CHI

Devices capable of manipulating sound in the same way as light may change the way we hear things

One step closer to a portable atomic clock that could replace GPS and Galileo

Scientists in the Emergent Photonics Lab (EPic Lab) at the University of Sussex have made a breakthrough to a crucial element of an atomic clock – devices which could reduce our reliance on satellite mapping in the future – using cutting-edge laser beam technology. Their development greatly improves the efficiency of the lancet (which in

One step closer to a portable atomic clock that could replace GPS and Galileo

Bringing humans and robots closer together using game theory

Researchers at the University of Sussex, Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have for the first time used game theory to enable robots to assist humans in a safe and versatile manner. The research team used adaptive control and Nash equilibrium game theory to programme a robot that can understand its human

Bringing humans and robots closer together using game theory

Off-the-shelf computer hardware beats a top 50 supercomputer running brain simulations

Researchers at the University of Sussex have created the fastest and most energy efficient simulation of part of a rat brain using off-the-shelf computer hardware. Dr James Knight and Prof Thomas Nowotny from the University of Sussex’s School of Engineering and Informatics have beaten a top 50 supercomputer by running brain simulations using their own GeNN software and Graphics Processing

Off-the-shelf computer hardware beats a top 50 supercomputer running brain simulations

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