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Wednesday 15th October 2014

Multi-million pound grant awarded to train the UK's next generation of scientists

Multi-million pound grant awarded to train the UK's next generation of scientists
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Royal Holloway, University of London and Imperial College have announced the creation of a new Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP), which will specialise in training the UK's future scientific leaders in areas such as agriculture, bioenergy and sustainable foods.
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15/10/2014
Thursday 2nd October 2014

People prone to delusions make rushed decisions, research shows

People prone to delusions make rushed decisions, research shows
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People who are prone to delusions gather insufficient information before making decisions, according to research published today in the journal Psychological Medicine.
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02/10/2014
Monday 29th September 2014

Innovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchers

Innovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchers
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A new discovery of thousands of Stone Age tools has provided a major insight into human innovation 325,000 years ago and how early technological developments spread across the world, according to research published in the journal Science.
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29/09/2014

Chinese mitten crab invades Scotland and poses threat to salmon and trout

Chinese mitten crab invades Scotland and poses threat to salmon and trout
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The Chinese mitten crab, recorded in Scotland for the first time, poses a serious potential threat to salmon and trout in Glasgow's River Clyde, according to researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, and the Natural History Museum.
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29/09/2014
Monday 22nd September 2014

Glaciers in northern Antarctic Peninsula melting faster than ever - despite increased snowfall

Glaciers in northern Antarctic Peninsula melting faster than ever - despite increased snowfall
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Increased snowfall will not prevent the continued melting of glaciers in the northern Antarctic Peninsula, according to new research published in the journal Nature Climate Change.
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22/09/2014
Friday 8th August 2014

Award-winning researcher to carry out revolutionary work on women's economic empowerment

Award-winning researcher to carry out revolutionary work on women's economic empowerment
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A researcher from Royal Holloway, University of London, who has been awarded the Royal Geographical Society's 2014 Travel Award, will commence a ground-breaking study this autumn to improve the lives of thousands of women across the globe.
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08/08/2014
Tuesday 1st July 2014

Research provides new theory on cause of ice age 2.6 million years ago

Research provides new theory on cause of ice age 2.6 million years ago
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New research published today in the journal Nature Scientific Reports has provided a major new theory on the cause of the ice age that covered large parts of the Northern Hemisphere 2.6 million years ago
Date:
01/07/2014
Wednesday 25th June 2014

New study analyses how cricketers' visual skills change with age

New study analyses how cricketers' visual skills change with age
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Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, will investigate how cricket players' ability to play shots changes over the course of a lifetime in a new study into eye movements and skill learning.
Date:
25/06/2014
Thursday 19th June 2014

Scientists discover link between climate change and ocean currents during last six million years

Scientists discover link between climate change and ocean currents during last six million years
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Scientists have discovered a relationship between climate change and ocean currents over the past six million years after analysing an area of the Atlantic near the Strait of Gibraltar, according to research published today in the journal Science.
Date:
19/06/2014
Wednesday 4th June 2014

Parasites fail to halt European bumblebee invasion of the UK

Parasites fail to halt European bumblebee invasion of the UK
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A species of bee from Europe that has stronger resistance to parasite infections than native bumblebees has spread across the UK, according to new research at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Date:
04/06/2014
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