Researchers from Royal Holloway, have found that an insecticide used in more than 81 countries, including within the EU, could contribute towards a global decline in bumblebees.
The reduction in movements by people on the planet during lockdown caused human-linked vibrations through the Earth to drop by an average of 50% between March and May 2020.
Studies show microplastics are causing a negative impact to the health of the River Thames and its inhabitants.
The National Student Survey (NSS) 2020, published today (15 July 2020) shows that Royal Holloway, has exceeded the sector average score for overall satisfaction for the third year in a row.
Labour and the Conservatives urgently need to deliver a compelling offer on levelling-up in order to reconnect with voters on low incomes.
A new, free audio-description tour has been created at Royal Holloway, to make the university’s renowned art collections accessible to partially-sighted people across the world.
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the death of Professor Justin Champion.
This new initiative is aimed at helping to build a pipeline of next generation immersive storytelling talent.
School children in the UK are being asked to discover the fascinating animals, plants and insects that live in their garden for a special project by Royal Holloway and the University of Brighton.
Laura Wright and The Choir of Royal Holloway release a new single during Mental Health Awareness Week, encouraging the public to seek support and donate to mental health charities.
A research paper by scientists at Royal Holloway found that salad rocket seeds sent to space grow only slightly slower when returned to Earth, giving hope for growing food on another planet.
A lost portrait of the suffragist Dame Millicent Fawcett by Theodore Blake Wirgman (1848-1898) has been discovered in the art collections of Royal Holloway, University of London.