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We have earned international recognition for the world class significance of our research

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Top-class facilities


We place a strong emphasis on practical teaching and host state-of-the-art equipment

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Masters by Research

Our one year MSc offers lab and field based research training

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High employability


Our graduates go on to a wide range of careers

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Plastic 'mountain' highlights harm to environment at Royal Holloway Science Festival

Plastic 'mountain' highlights harm to environment at Royal Holloway Science Festival

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Hundreds of pieces of plastic litter will be collected and dumped at Royal Holloway, University of London, before being turned into handmade sculptures, in an event to highlight the harm the rubbish is causing the environment at the Royal Holloway Science Festival.
Date:
04/03/2015
New study reveals widespread risk of infectious diseases to wild bees

New study reveals widespread risk of infectious diseases to wild bees

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Researchers have discovered a network of viruses, which were previously associated with managed honeybees, may now pose a widespread risk to bumblebees in the wild, according to a new study published today in the Journal of Animal Ecology.
Date:
04/03/2015
Rare disease sufferers learn about new gene therapy research at Royal Holloway

Rare disease sufferers learn about new gene therapy research at Royal Holloway

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As the world marks Rare Disease Day tomorrow (Saturday 28 February), Royal Holloway is welcoming secondary school pupils and sufferers with their families and carers today to learn about the world-leading research that is taking place to develop new therapies.
Date:
27/02/2015
Research reveals migrating birds' cooperative behaviour

Research reveals migrating birds' cooperative behaviour

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Dr Steve Portugal from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway and an international research team find the first convincing evidence for 'turn taking' reciprocal cooperative behaviour in the animal kingdom.
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05/02/2015

      

 
 
 
 

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