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Wednesday 25th March 2015

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

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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.
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25/03/2015
Thursday 12th March 2015

Young people do not want US style written constitution in Britain, study finds

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Most 16-18 year olds are opposed to Britain adopting a written constitution, like that which defines the system of government in the United States and in most other countries, according to research at Royal Holloway, University of London.
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12/03/2015
Wednesday 11th March 2015

University Technical College gets go-ahead

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A new multi-million pound college, backed by Royal Holloway, University of London, was today given the go-ahead to train the next generation of cyber security, computing and engineering experts.
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11/03/2015
Wednesday 4th March 2015

New study reveals widespread risk of infectious diseases to wild bees

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Researchers have discovered a network of viruses, which were previously associated with managed honeybees, may now pose a widespread risk to bumblebees in the wild, according to a new study published today in the Journal of Animal Ecology.
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04/03/2015
Wednesday 18th February 2015

The science of teaching: Study finds brain processes that hold the key to understanding students

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How does the brain of a teacher work? New research has identified the parts of the brain involved in computing mistakes in other people's understanding, which is a key process in guiding students' learning.
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18/02/2015

The science of teaching: Study finds brain processes that hold the key to understanding students

The science of teaching: Study finds brain processes that hold the key to understanding students
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How does the brain of a teacher work? New research has identified the parts of the brain involved in computing mistakes in other people's understanding, which is a key process in guiding students' learning.
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18/02/2015
Wednesday 7th January 2015

Scientists discover oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey

Scientists discover oldest stone tool ever found in Turkey
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Scientists have discovered the oldest recorded stone tool ever to be found in Turkey, revealing that humans passed through the gateway from Asia to Europe much earlier than previously thought, approximately 1.2 million years ago.
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07/01/2015
Thursday 18th December 2014

Royal Holloway confirmed as a world leading university

Royal Holloway confirmed as a world leading university
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The biggest research assessment in the world today (Thursday 18 December) confirmed that Royal Holloway University sits within the top 25% of universities in the UK for research which is rated 'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent.'
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18/12/2014
Thursday 11th December 2014

New Science building receives £5 million funding boost

New Science building receives £5 million funding boost
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Royal Holloway has been awarded a £5 million grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) towards a new Science building to train the UK's future scientific leaders.
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11/12/2014
Wednesday 26th November 2014

Multi-million pound grant awarded to research secure communication technologies

Multi-million pound grant awarded to research secure communication technologies
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Royal Holloway and seven other leading universities have announced the creation of a new collaboration to develop secure communication technologies for consumer, commercial and government markets.
Date:
26/11/2014
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