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In the media: May 2013

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



Professor Scott Elias is interviewed about the chances of cloning a prehistoric woolly mammoth, after Russian scientists extracted liquid blood and tissue from a frozen skeleton.


Dr Alex Windscheffel is interviewed on Derby Day about Suffragette Emily Davison's time at Royal Holloway.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.



Royal Holloway's Information Security Group is highlighted after receiving a £3.8m grant to train future experts.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here. 



Dr Manos Tsakiris's research into how an illusion can change racial biases, is featured.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here.



Helen Gilbert argues that arts and humanities scholars must show more bravery when seeking research funding, citing her own €2.36m ERC funded project on indigenous cultures.



Andrea Mammone writes about the new Italian Government and argues that it is unlikely to break with the past. 




Professor Judith Hawley is interviewed on BBC Radio 4' s Disability: A New History which challenges current attitudes to disability and impairment.



Dr Nigel Raine writes about the recent EU decision to ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides on crops attractive to bees.


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