An insight paper, ‘Towards pesticidovigilance’ published in Science today by Dr Alice Milner, Lecturer in Physical Geography at Royal Holloway and Professor Ian Boyd from University of St Andrews.
Royal Holloway has risen six places in The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 making it a top 30 UK university ranked at 28 and the fourth highest performing university in Greater London.
Dr Victoria Bourne, of Royal Holloway’s Department of Psychology has been selected as a National Teaching Fellow, announced by the Higher Education Academy today.
Suffering exam-result stress? Relieve the strain with one simple piece of advice.
Royal Holloway’s Professor Nick Hardwick has called for the burden of proof for Prisoners held indefinitely under Imprisonment for Public Protection sentences to fall on the Ministry of Justice.
Bumblebees are less able to start colonies when exposed to a common neonicotinoid pesticide, which could lead to collapses in wild bee populations.
Today marks the United Nations International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples.
In this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) Royal Holloway, University of London has retained its position as number one for student satisfaction.
Scientists from Royal Holloway have found that babies as young as five months are sensitive to their own heartbeats, and their research could pave the way to better understanding some disorders.
Royal Holloway, University of London, has become the latest organisation to join Business South as one of its Champions.
Results from a particle physics experiment show new hints that neutrinos may hold the answer to one of the most intriguing questions in the Universe: why has nature favoured matter over antimatter.
A new study published this week in Nature Communications reconstructs the evolution of flowers over the past 140 million years and sheds new light on what the earliest flowers might have looked like.