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Universities of Brighton and Cambridge share £368,000 Leverhulme grant

The universities of Brighton and Cambridge have won a £367,700 grant to research the use of diagrams instead of mathematical symbols to make complex data accessible to more people. Scientific advances today increasingly depend on understanding, manipulating and querying data – and businesses which can capitalise on the value of information will have a competitive…

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User centred design at IBM talk

A speaker from IBM is coming along TODAY at 13.00  in Watts 107 to talk about user centred design at IBM. She’ll be describing what it is like to be a Designer at IBM (including IBM’s legacy with design), the different design roles and what to expect if you were to work as a Designer…

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A student startup success story

I’m always impressed when our students are able to combine their academic work at the University of Brighton with work commitments in the outside world. Usually this involves working for others but some of our students set up their own businesses. Thea and Sam are two such students. They have created a website, Share Style,…

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