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In the media: March 2013

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


The world premiere of Royal Holloway's The Silence of the Bees: A Science Opera is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.


Dr John Bryden's research into Twitter 'tribes' and their own distinct languages, is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.


Royal Holloway's Physics department is featured for its work in boosting the number of women in the subject and for having been awarded 'champion' status.


Royal Holloway's Science Festival based around the theme 'Science Fact, Science Fiction', is highlighted.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.


Professor Colin Davis's research into how the brain decodes letters to read words, is featured.


Hannah Thompson writes about her experiences as a blind lecturer and how she makes her partial blindness an integral part of her teaching and research.


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