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The University Sussex was one of a small number of UK universities identified as a major centre of interdisciplinary innovation, in the Crucible project [[Interdisciplinarity and Innovation]]. Sussex was a partner in the Crucible/ARU bid to host the national research hub for [[Digital Culture in Society]].
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The University of Sussex was one of a small number of UK universities identified as a major centre of interdisciplinary innovation, in the Crucible project [[Interdisciplinarity and Innovation]]. Sussex was a partner in the Crucible/ARU bid to host the national research hub for [[digital culture in society]].
  
 
Crucible collaborators at Sussex include:
 
Crucible collaborators at Sussex include:
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* [[Nick Collins]]
 
* [[Nick Collins]]
 
* [[Judith Good]]
 
* [[Judith Good]]
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* [[Peter Cheng]]
 
* [[Kirk Woolford]]
 
* [[Kirk Woolford]]
  
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Latest revision as of 14:04, 26 August 2011

The University of Sussex was one of a small number of UK universities identified as a major centre of interdisciplinary innovation, in the Crucible project Interdisciplinarity and Innovation. Sussex was a partner in the Crucible/ARU bid to host the national research hub for digital culture in society.

Crucible collaborators at Sussex include: