Plants find ways to survive no matter the terrain
Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, together with the University of Osnabrück in Germany, have discovered that a fascinating plant employs two mechanisms to survive, no matter where
Improving the control of epilepsy by combining a diet and a drug
Research carried out by a team from the Centre for Biomedical Sciences, Royal Holloway, and published in Epilepsia, may have identified a new way to help patients with epilepsy.
Chris Packham awarded Honorary Doctorate from Royal Holloway
- Date 10 July 2018
The award, recognises his outstanding conservation work.
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