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Using Twitter to discover how language changes

Using Twitter to discover how language changes

Description
Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, have studied more than 200 million Twitter messages to try and unravel the mystery of how language evolves and spreads.
Date:
15/02/2018
ISG leads next-generation security solutions

ISG leads next-generation security solutions

Description
Royal Holloway experts in ISG join forces to develop next-generation security solutions to protect against quantum computers
Date:
09/02/2018
Royal Holloway to carry out its first overnight sleep study to explore how a lack of sleep affects your ability to learn

Royal Holloway to carry out its first overnight sleep study to explore how a lack of sleep affects your ability to learn

Description
Researchers from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, will be carrying out overnight sleep studies in their sleep laboratory to identify which stages of sleep and sleep-specific brain activations are critical for memory and learning.
Date:
02/02/2018
New evidence suggests a role for Curcumin and related compounds in the treatment of cancer and Alzheimer's disease

New evidence suggests a role for Curcumin and related compounds in the treatment of cancer and Alzheimer's disease

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In a new paper published today in Disease, Models and Mechanisms, Professor Robin SB Williams from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London, has identified a way that curcumin may have therapeutic effects and has identified related compounds with the same effect that may provide better bioavailability.
Date:
29/01/2018

Events

Brexit Talk: Agriculture and Food

Brexit Talk: Agriculture and Food

Date
20/02/2018
Location:
Moore Building Auditorium
Description
A quarter of the food and drinks consumed in the UK have been produced in the EU. Change in regulations and value of the pounds could dramatically alter this flow. Moreover, migrants pick a large fraction of the crops that the UK produces. How secure is the UK food supply to the Brexit? For further information please click on the link above.
Picture Gallery public opening hours

Picture Gallery public opening hours

Date
21/02/2018
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
The College welcomes students, staff and members of the public to visit the Picture Gallery during term-time opening hours
The changing Role of Women in the 19th century

The changing Role of Women in the 19th century

Date
21/02/2018
Location:
Picture Gallery
Description
Looking at paintings and sculptures from the art collection this tour explores the changing role of women in the 19th century.
Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Frye's Suffrage Diary

Campaigning for the Vote: Kate Frye's Suffrage Diary

Date
22/02/2018
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Kate Frye (1878-1959) kept a diary from the age of nine until a few months before her death. This voluminous diary is now held in Royal Holloway's Archives. Between 1906 and 1915 Kate was actively involved in the women's suffrage campaign, first as a volunteer and then, from 1911 as a paid organizer for the New Constitutional Society for Women's Suffrage. This illustrated talk will recount something of her life as a suffrage foot-soldier as well as drawing on her accounts of the many spectacular suffrage scenes she witnessed – such as the 'Black Friday' riot in Parliament Square (18 November 1910), Emily Wilding Davison's funeral procession through London (14 June 1913), and the riot as Mrs Pankhurst led a demonstration at the gates of Buckingham Palace on 21 May 1914. For further information please click on the link above.
 
 
 

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