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Tuesday 27th September 2016

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
Friday 9th September 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).
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09/09/2016
Wednesday 10th August 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
Tuesday 21st June 2016

Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium

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Petroleum Geoscience MSc Symposium
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21/06/2016
Monday 23rd May 2016

New research unveils an 80% reduction in atmospheric carbon monoxide as a result of car emissions policies

New research unveils an 80% reduction in atmospheric carbon monoxide as a result of car emissions policies
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New research published today in Scientific Reports has highlighted the success of automotive technologies and policies in cutting atmospheric carbon monoxide (CO) by 80% within south-east England over the last 18 years.
Date:
23/05/2016
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