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In the media: June 2013

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



Professor Rosemary Deem is listed in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

Read Royal Holloway news story here.




Professor Nigel Saul is interviewed about the importance of the Magna Carta and the events planned for its 800th anniversary in 2015.




Dr Andrea Mammone argues that more must be done to tackle youth unemployment.



Dr Carolyn McGettigan's research into how the brain controls accents and impersonations, is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.



Professor Mark Exworthy is interviewed on BBC Radio 4's The World Tonight programme about transparency, in light of new plans to publish the performance of surgeons.




Professor Humayun Ansari argues that politicians and the media are still fuelling Islamophobia in today's society






Dr Lloyd White's research into putting the ancient supercontinent Gondwana back together, is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.


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