Joining an exclusive group of less than 6% of the world’s business schools, the School of Business and Management at Royal Holloway, now holds business accreditation from AACSB International.
New archaeological research has discovered the oldest human burial in Africa, dating back 78,000 years ago, at a cave site on the Kenyan coast called Panga ya Saidi.
A interdisciplinary ‘Centre for the Politics of Feelings’ will be established in September 2021 at the University of London in a partnership between its School of Advanced Study and Royal Holloway.
A new study reveals for the first time that kidney transplants from deceased donors lead to similar improvements in patients' quality of life as kidneys from living donors.
A new film has been created by academics at Dundee University and Royal Holloway, highlighting the importance of the diminishing state of the world’s glaciers to younger generation.
A new study by researchers from Royal Holloway, has concluded that weed killers could easily be redesigned to be more bumblebee friendly by changing ingredients and saving the lives of bees.
A new national survey, conducted by Royal Holloway, has found that 64% of the British public strongly support the government’s large scale plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
New findings from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway tell us how people jump to conclusions – even at their own cost – when they see others doing the same.
StoryFutures Academy run by Royal Holloway and the National Film and Television School (NFTS) is one of 10 creative teams to develop its ground-breaking project for Festival UK* 2022.
New research from Royal Holloway, has found water and organic matter on the surface of an asteroid sample returned from the inner Solar System.
Royal Holloway and Royal Holloway Students’ Union have joined forces to take part in BRIT 2021 Challenge.
Research led by academics at Royal Holloway and published in Psychological Science, contributes to an intense debate about how best to teach children to read.