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In the media: January 2013

mA selection of Royal Holloway highlights in the print and broadcast media.



Professor Chris Hackley is interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed programme, about the role and meaning of alcohol and drugs in people's lives



Professor Klaus Dodds writes an opinion piece, arguing that Argentina needs to confront its demons and repair its economy - not worry about the 'recovery’ of the Falkland Islands. 



Emer O'Toole writes that the coverage of the Delhi gang-rape strikes a particularly ironic note following recent media controversy over a rape in Ohio.




Royal Holloway is mentioned as one of a select number of universities to receive Government funding to develop commercial uses for graphene.



Royal Holloway is highlighted as one of the recipients of funding from the Government to remove barriers to cloud computing.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.



Professor Nigel Saul is interviewed about the history of chivalry and its origins on the battlefield in the Middle Ages.  




Fred Piper is interviewed about his role and reputation as the 'the grandfather of information security'.







Professor Klaus Dodds is interviewed on the Today programme, BBC Radio 4 about an open letter from Argentina's president which claims that Falklands were originally inhabited by Argentineans. 





Matthew Apps and Narender Ramnani, are quoted in this article about the brains of monkeys and comparisons with the human brain.


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