Professor Javier Hernandez-Molina from the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, joins a group of international researchers on the DRACC2022 Antarctic oceanographic cruise.
Fossils of extinct species, including mammoth, rhinoceros and wolf, have been discovered in a Devon cave by a team of archaeologists, including an academic from Royal Holloway.
The University of Law has created guaranteed SQE course places through Royal Holloway and five other new university partnerships.
The world-famous Royal Holloway Chamber Orchestra and Choir, along with the London Mozart Players will be returning to London for a spectacular performance on 2 February 2022 at Shoreditch Town Hall.
Royal Holloway, University of London, is making a significant contribution to the national and local economy.
On Wednesday 20 October 2021, Imperial War Museums (IWM) London opened its new Second World War and The Holocaust Galleries
Royal Holloway has partnered with the UK Supreme Court to launch a free, two-week, online learning course via FutureLearn.
The National Gallery, with the support of StoryFutures, is to bring a sixteenth-century altarpiece back to the chapel for which it was created, through a new digital experience.
Update on discussions with St George’s, University of London
A new algorithm applied to internet search data, developed by a team of international researchers led by Royal Holloway, can be used to assess domestic violence levels in real time.
A new study shows people are more likely to believe information given to them by a native speaker rather than those with a foreign accent, but that this bias can be reduced.
Royal Holloway has ranked as a top tier university in USwitch’s second annual study into UK universities’ commitment to being green.