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Join us for our evening lecture on Monday 30 October to celebrate International Dark Matter Day - more here

Postgraduate Open Day Wednesday 22nd November 2017 - more here


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A friendly atmosphere and high staff to student ratio in smaller classes.

Postgraduate
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Postgraduate and PhD opportunities range from fundamental to applied Physics.

Research

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Our world-class research influences our teaching.

 

 

News

 

ATLAS 25th anniversary

ATLAS 25th anniversary

Description
2017 marks 25 years since the ATLAS collaboration in CERN was created. The Centre for Particle Physics at Royal Holloway has been a member of the ATLAS collaboration from the very beginning, being one of the institutions who signed the Letter of Intent
Date:
Thursday 19th October 2017
Theoretical Particle Physics

Theoretical Particle Physics

Description
South-Eastern Particle Theory Alliance Sussex-RHUL-UCL commences supported by 3-year STFC grant
Date:
Thursday 12th October 2017
Successful CERN accelerator school

Successful CERN accelerator school

Description
Successful CERN advanced accelerator school
Date:
Sunday 17th September 2017

 

Events

Dark Matter Day 2017 - Don't be afraid of the Dark!

Dark Matter Day 2017 - Don't be afraid of the Dark!

Date
Monday 30th October 2017
Location:
Egham, Royal Holloway Campus, TW200EX
Description
Our new season of evening lectures begins this October! Join us on Halloween Eve, for a lecture on dark matter.
Dark Matter Day Symposium at the Royal Astronomical Society

Dark Matter Day Symposium at the Royal Astronomical Society

Date
Tuesday 31st October 2017
Location:
London W1J 0BQ, Piccadilly, The Royal Astronomical Society
Description
Professor Jocelyn Monroe participates in the Dark Matter Day symposium at the Royal Society.

 

 
 
 

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