Find out the latest news and events from within the department.
Research findings suggest an exciting new role for decanoic acid from the ketogenic diet in the treatment of patients with wide-ranging diseases.
Young people are not as aware of environmental changes compared to the older generation, according to a new report by Royal Holloway
Researchers from Royal Holloway, have found that an insecticide used in more than 81 countries, including within the EU, could contribute towards a global decline in bumblebees.
Two talented PhD research students in the Department of Biological Sciences have been recognised as joint recipients of an international award for their research contributions.
We are delighted to see our highest ever NSS scores from students across our degree portfolio which are testament to the very high level of satisfaction with teaching and overall experience.
Studies show microplastics are causing a negative impact to the health of the River Thames and its inhabitants
A new research paper by scientists from Royal Holloway has found that salad rocket seeds sent to outer space on the International Space Station (ISS), grow only slightly slower when returned to Earth,
During this pandemic staff in the Department of Biological Sciences are tackling the challenge of understanding better the impact around COVID-19 and in particular the impact on nature.
To coincide with British Science Week 2020, Royal Holloway launched a free, four-week online course; Understanding Biological Energy - on social learning platform, FutureLearn.
Academics at Royal Holloway have developed a new genetic medicine that has been given the go ahead by the U.S Food and Drug Association (FDA) to be prescribed globally to a subset of patients