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Wednesday 11th January 2017

Five minutes with BBC 2's 'Hospital' Exec Producer and Royal Holloway's Helen Littleboy

Five minutes with BBC 2's 'Hospital' Exec Producer and Royal Holloway's Helen Littleboy
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Five minutes with BBC 2's 'Hospital' Exec Producer and Royal Holloway Lecturer
Date:
11/01/2017

Royal Holloway secures Heritage Lottery Fund investment to launch £1m Citizens project

Royal Holloway secures Heritage Lottery Fund investment to launch £1m Citizens project
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Royal Holloway secures Heritage Lottery Fund £1m Citizens project
Date:
11/01/2017

Emblem of women's emancipation, Emily Wilding Davison celebrated by landmark new Library and Student Services Centre

Emblem of women's emancipation, Emily Wilding Davison celebrated by landmark new Library and Student Services Centre
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Emblem of women's emancipation, Emily Wilding Davison celebrated by landmark new Library and Student Services Centre
Date:
11/01/2017
Tuesday 20th December 2016

Sophie Christiansen becomes top female Sports Personality of the Year

Sophie Christiansen becomes top female Sports Personality of the Year
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Sophie Christiansen OBE has been voted the top female athlete and the top Paralympian at this year's Sports Personality of the Year.
Date:
20/12/2016
Wednesday 14th December 2016

Creative Economy Champion leads from Royal Holloway

Creative Economy Champion leads from Royal Holloway
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Creative Economy Champion chosen from Royal Holloway
Date:
14/12/2016

Traumatic head injuries should be treated by cooling down patients

Traumatic head injuries should be treated by cooling down patients
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New research from Royal Holloway published today in Critical Care Medicine shows that lowering the body temperature of people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as soon as possible after the trauma may significantly improve chances of survival in adults.
Date:
14/12/2016
Tuesday 13th December 2016

Evolution of an illness: viruses may target men and women differently

Evolution of an illness: viruses may target men and women differently
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New research from Royal Holloway, University of London, published today in Nature Communications, has shown that viral infections can evolve to affect men and women differently and become more virulent in men. Particularly if the virus is transmitted from mother to child, women are more valuable to the virus than men are.
Date:
13/12/2016
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