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Student Molly Masters receives the £10,000 top prize from Mayor Mo Marsh and Peter Lane of SINC

Winner of £10,000 Start-Up Sussex prize revealed

Student Molly Masters impressed the judges with plans for an inspiring book subscription service.

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The love-hate relationship between British and American English.

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Scientists are heading to Brighton beach this summer.

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The Prodigal Tongue

Lynne Murphy, Professor of Linguistics at Sussex, explains why she wrote The Prodigal Tongue, a wry examination of the welcome and unwelcome influences and exchanges in language between American and British English...

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Our University 

Legendary photographer to be special guest at Sussex graduate showcase event

24 May 2018

Marilyn Stafford will present highlights of her career to graduates of the BA in Media Practice course.

Pivotal role for University of Sussex in national programme developing careers in social work

18 May 2018

The University of Sussex has been selected to play a key role in a nationwide career development programme supporting social workers.

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Our people

Call for the public to help wildlife conservation by monitoring mammals with new app

15 May 2018

Prof Fiona Mathews is calling on the public to provide valuable data on the UK's mammal populations with a new app developed by the Mammal Society.

Plog in and Play: University staff and students get active for the good of the environment

10 May 2018

More than a dozen volunteers have taken part in the first official plogging session on the University of Sussex campus.

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Our research

Car dealers are a major barrier to the spread of electric vehicles

21 May 2018

Car dealerships and sales personnel are a major obstacle to the switch to electric vehicles in the Nordic region and possibly beyond, says new study.

Analysing the 2011 riots: Why the emotional impact extended far beyond the affected communities

10 May 2018

New research investigating the emotional effects of the 2011 riots across England has found that the negative impacts were felt by communities far...

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