Find out the latest news and events from within the department.
Mosquitofish and guppies, though known to be cannibalistic in captivity, are extremely unlikely to be cannibals in wild settings.
Dr Harriet Berry has developed an enterprise activity called Natural Compound Solutions over the past year with Professor Paul Fraser in the Department of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway
REF 2021 results confirm our position as a world-leading research-intensive university in the area of Biological Sciences.
New research has discovered how natural responses to stress in plants modify the way DNA is wrapped up in the cell to help it withstand the adverse effects that climate change has on its growth
Find out what inspired Professor Alessandra Devoto, current Deputy Head of the Department of Biological Sciences to pursue a career in Plant Molecular Sciences.
Dr Becky Thomas has had research articles published recently on conservation ecology and what we can do to help wildlife under threat.
Professor Rafael Yáñez-Muñoz has organised a special day of activity for Rare Disease Day at Royal Holloway recently.
Rare Disease Day is an international awareness day celebrated in over 100 countries on the last day of February each year
Scientists call for urgent research into the effects of ‘inert’ ingredients in pesticides and their impact on bee health.
Researchers from Royal Holloway have found for the first time that a co-formulant found in commercial agricultural pesticides used across the UK significantly affects the health of bumblebees.