Creativity is at the heart of all great engineering inventions
NEW BEng / MEng DEGREES FROM 2017
It's an exciting and highly creative time at Royal Holloway right now as we design a brand new £20m building, where our new degrees in Electronic Engineering will be housed alongside research groups grown around our strengths in related subjects. Project-led activities will be at the heart of our teaching to encourage entrepreneurship and group working in all stages, with placements and year in industry options available to develop real-world skills and experience.
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- Screaming is one of the best weapons people have when it comes to fear - it can scare off predators, or alert people nearby that you need help. Most of the time, we don't even think about it; screaming is an automatic response from your nervous system when you encounter something dangerous or scary.
- Monday 6th March 2017
- Professor David Howard presents to the world-first Music, Mind & Wellness Group initiative (MMW) symposium in Australia.
- Tuesday 24th January 2017
- Dr Stefanie Kuenzel, Lecturer in the new Department of Electronic Engineering at Royal Holloway, is a recipient of the Outstanding Research Team award for 2016 from Imperial College London.
- Tuesday 20th December 2016