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Thursday 10th April 2014

The Botnet Phenomenon

The Botnet Phenomenon
Description
Botnet Phenomenon - New Research ProjectISG Information Security Group
Date:
10/04/2014
Wednesday 9th April 2014

SEARG - South East Asia Research Group

SEARG - South East Asia Research Group
Description
Six major oil companies, including GDF Suez, Inpex, Murphy, Repsol, Statoil and Shell have signed up for the new three-year programme of the Royal Holloway South East Asia Research Group (SEARG).
Date:
09/04/2014
Monday 7th April 2014

New app turns text messages into animated film

New app turns text messages into animated film
Description
Mobile phone users will be able to bring to life their archived text messages using a new app being developed by award-winning researchers at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Date:
07/04/2014
Thursday 3rd April 2014

School of Biological Sciences awarded 1.9m Euros for plant science project

School of Biological Sciences awarded 1.9m Euros for plant science project
Description
The European Union has awarded €1.9 million to Royal Holloway's School of Biological Sciences for carrying out a beyond state-of-the-art plant science project. The collaborative research project, called SeedAdapt, was one of 14 successful projects to receive funding, seeing off competition from over 100 applications. The EU competition ERA-CAPS (www.eracaps.org) was part of a €21 million investment in European plant science research over the coming three years.
Date:
03/04/2014
Tuesday 1st April 2014

Universities and Science Minister David Willetts Announces Funding

Universities and Science Minister David Willetts Announces Funding
Description
David Willetts, Universities and Science Minister, has announced funding for Royal Holloway's research
Date:
01/04/2014
Monday 17th March 2014

Royal Holloway signs agreement to help sustain environment in South America

Royal Holloway signs agreement to help sustain environment in South America
Description
The important work of Royal Holloway, University of London to protect and maintain the environment in the Guiana Shield region of South America is set to continue, following a new agreement that has been signed between the University and a UN funded environmental initiative.
Date:
17/03/2014
Tuesday 11th March 2014

Royal Holloway awarded funding to fight the rise of the app attackers

Royal Holloway awarded funding to fight the rise of the app attackers
Description
Royal Holloway has received a share of a £3 million grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to counter cyber-criminals who are using malicious apps which can collude with each other to infect the smartphone in your pocket.
Date:
11/03/2014
Tuesday 4th March 2014

Fossils offer new clues into Native Americans' 'journey' and how they survived the last Ice Age

Fossils offer new clues into Native Americans' 'journey' and how they survived the last Ice Age
Description
Researchers have discovered how Native Americans may have survived the last Ice Age after splitting from their Asian relatives 25,000 years ago.
Date:
04/03/2014
Wednesday 26th February 2014

Unemployed women face a greater risk of domestic violence

Unemployed women face a greater risk of domestic violence
Description
Women with a higher risk of job loss are more likely to become victims of domestic abuse, according to research at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Date:
26/02/2014
Monday 24th February 2014

Younger people, men and those without children more likely to drop out of HIV care in South Africa

Younger people, men and those without children more likely to drop out of HIV care in South Africa
Description
Analysis carried out by a researcher at Royal Holloway, University of London has revealed that younger people, men and those without children are more likely to stop attending clinics for HIV treatment in South Africa.
Date:
24/02/2014
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