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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.
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26/11/2014

New research discovers gene that reduces risk of stroke

New research discovers gene that reduces risk of stroke
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Scientists have discovered a gene that protects people against one of the major causes of stroke in young and middle-aged adults and could hold the key to new treatments.
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26/11/2014
Tuesday 4th November 2014

New technology allows medical professionals to step into their patients' shoes

New technology allows medical professionals to step into their patients' shoes
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A pioneering piece of technology will allow users to experience the world through the eyes of a person with Young-Onset Parkinson's disease- which could revolutionise the way carers and medical staff treat people with the degenerative condition.
Date:
04/11/2014

Research reveals Germans born after the fall of the Berlin Wall suffered from bad parenting

Research reveals Germans born after the fall of the Berlin Wall suffered from bad parenting
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Children born in East Germany shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall suffered from poor parenting from "risk loving" mothers and were 40 per cent more likely to commit crimes as adults according to a new study.
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04/11/2014
Wednesday 29th October 2014

Royal Holloway to develop pioneering treatment for spinal cord injury

Royal Holloway to develop pioneering treatment for spinal cord injury
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Dr Rafael Yáñez-Muñoz, from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London, is leading a team of researchers working to develop a novel treatment for spinal cord injury - which leaves sufferers with devastating, life-long effects including paralysis.
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29/10/2014
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.
Date:
22/09/2014
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