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Friday 26th February 2016

Scientific expertise will guide NHS services for neurological disorders

Scientific expertise will guide NHS services for neurological disorders
Description
Dawn Langdon, Professor of Neuropsychology in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, has accepted a lead role to develop a national framework for the delivery of NHS services and support for people living with acquired neurological conditions.
Date:
26/02/2016

Royal Holloway marks Rare Disease Day 2016

Royal Holloway marks Rare Disease Day 2016
Description
Following our successful annual events held at Royal Holloway since 2011, we will once again host a Rare Disease Day in 2016 on Monday 29 February. The theme for this year's global campaign is: "Patient Voice: Join us in making the voice of rare diseases heard"
Date:
26/02/2016
Tuesday 12th January 2016

Head of Engineering appointment is a major step towards new Department

Head of Engineering appointment is a major step towards new Department
Description
Professor David Howard has been appointed as the new Head of the Department of Electronic Engineering, an exciting addition to the Faculty of Science at Royal Holloway, welcoming its first undergraduate students in September 2017.
Date:
12/01/2016
Friday 11th December 2015

Royal Holloway receives share of £72 million for cutting edge particle physics research

Royal Holloway receives share of £72 million for cutting edge particle physics research
Description
Physics researchers at Royal Holloway are among those to benefit from a major UK investment of £72 million over the next four years for experiments that will advance our understanding of the Universe.
Date:
11/12/2015
Tuesday 8th December 2015

Successful EU project highlighted by European Year for Development

Successful EU project highlighted by European Year for Development
Description
An EU-funded project that is empowering Indigenous communities in South America by supporting and strengthening local solutions to conserve forests in the Guiana Shield, led by Dr Jay Mistry, Reader in Geography at Royal Holloway, has been highlighted as an example of best practice by the European Year for Development.
Date:
08/12/2015
Friday 20th November 2015

Royal Holloway subject areas ranked among world's best

Royal Holloway subject areas ranked among world's best
Description
The World's Top 100 subject rankings released by The Times Higher Education have included Royal Holloway in three subject areas, Arts and Humanities, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences.
Date:
20/11/2015
Thursday 16th July 2015

Royal Holloway academic embarks on epic expedition to No Man's Land

Description
An expedition team led by Dr Alasdair Pinkerton, a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London and Dr Noam Leshem, a political geographer at Durham University, will travel 6,000 miles from Nomansland, England to No Man's Land on the Egypt-Sudan border
Date:
16/07/2015
Thursday 18th June 2015

Talking therapy shows promise for people with chronic low back pain

Description
New research from Royal Holloway, University of London has found that a new form of talking therapy is a credible and promising treatment for people with chronic low back pain who are also suffering from related psychological stress.
Date:
18/06/2015
Monday 20th April 2015

Nothing beats a good night's sleep for helping people absorb new information, new research reveals

Description
Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London have found that successful long-term learning happens after classroom teaching, after the learners have slept on the new material.
Date:
20/04/2015
Wednesday 25th March 2015

Government anti-drinking messages irrelevant to young binge drinkers, study finds

Description
Government advertising campaigns to tackle excessive drinking are dismissed as irrelevant by young binge drinkers, because consuming extreme quantities of alcohol is part of their sub-cultural social identity, according to research published in the Journal of Business Research.
Date:
25/03/2015
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