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Monday 4th April 2016

Research features in Life in the Air BBC documentary

Research features in Life in the Air BBC documentary
Description
Life in the Air is a new three part BBC1 documentary all about flight in the natural world which features research by Dr Steve Portugal from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway.
Date:
04/04/2016
Friday 25th March 2016

Scientists prove reliability of quantum simulations for materials design

Description
Royal Holloway physicists work with international peers to demonstrates reliability of quantum simulations for materials design. The findings are critical at a time of rapid technological change with increasing demand for new materials to make better batteries for mobile devices, catalysts, photocells for energy conversion and much more. Computer simulations at the atomic scale play an increasingly important role in designing them.
Date:
25/03/2016
Thursday 17th March 2016

Research at Royal Holloway launches next generation of brain scanners

Research at Royal Holloway launches next generation of brain scanners
Description
The development of the HyQUID® at Royal Holloway and its incorporation into this new medical imaging device has allowed a step change in the performance and availability of MEG technology.
Date:
17/03/2016
Tuesday 1st March 2016

Royal Holloway awarded new £2.7M nanofabrication facility for superconducting quantum devices

Royal Holloway awarded new £2.7M nanofabrication facility for superconducting quantum devices
Description
A major grant to Royal Holloway's Department of Physics supports research that could lead to new and unique types of ultra-sensitive sensing devices and aid the construction of a superconducting quantum computer.
Date:
01/03/2016
Friday 26th February 2016

Physicists at Royal Holloway solve thermoelectric 'paradox' in superconductors

Physicists at Royal Holloway solve thermoelectric 'paradox' in superconductors
Description
A problem that has been taxing scientists for nearly 40 years has been solved by a team of physicists at Royal Holloway, University of London.
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

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
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
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