There are a multitude of ways businesses can collaborate with Royal Holloway and use our facilities.
Our experts have advised companies, charities and government bodies worldwide in areas including information security, oil exploration, patient health assessment, economic and healthcare policy advice and analysis of public attitudes towards current affairs.
We can work with you in a number of ways to improve the results and performance of your business.
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We have world-class research laboratories in the Departments of Biological Sciences, Earth Sciences and Geography among others.
Their services include microscopy, chemical analysis, mineral identification and soil and water quality analysis.
Recent consultancy work
The Department of Earth Sciences has equipment and experience that can be applied to waste characterisation, testing materials for their leachability and their ability to generate or neutralise acidity.
The lab provides analyses and reports for AMEC. Miguel Diaz, Associate Director of AMEC Earth & Environmental's UK mining business, commented: “It means our mining services business can provide a fully integrated service to its clients and be fully confident in the quality of test data material."
The Information Security Group Smart Card Centre (SCC) advised the Dutch government on how to understand and react to threats to a smartcard-based ticketing system that was being deployed in public transport.
The SCC’s work was commended for its expertise and professionalism.
Scientists in the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway have long-standing expertise in the field of probiotics, particularly in the use of spore forming strains of Bacillus.
They have recently worked with a major multinational food company and a UK based SME.
Royal Holloway’s Information Security Group has been a long-term advisor to a major Asia Pacific telecommunications company. The groups has worked on the evaluation and design of cryptographic algorithms and security protocols for next-generation mobile devices.