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Our high quality UK and European fieldwork programme brings our syllabus to life

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Wetlands and agriculture, not fossil fuels could be causing a global rise in methane

Wetlands and agriculture, not fossil fuels could be causing a global rise in methane

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Wetlands and agriculture, not fossil fuels could be causing a global rise in methane
Date:
27/09/2016
UAV atmospheric sampling on Ascension Island wins UK Engineering Prize

UAV atmospheric sampling on Ascension Island wins UK Engineering Prize

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Royal Holloway's Greenhouse Gas Research Group based at the Department of Earth Sciences has won a major prize at The Engineer's new Engineering Awards event held in London on 7 September 2016 for atmospheric sampling over Ascension island using UAV's (drones).
Date:
09/09/2016
Royal Holloway is London's highest performing university for student satisfaction for second year running

Royal Holloway is London's highest performing university for student satisfaction for second year running

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Royal Holloway is London's highest performing university for student satisfaction for second year running
Date:
10/08/2016

Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium

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Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium
Date:
21/06/2016

 

 


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