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Security will not be provided by technology alone

Security will not be provided by technology alone

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ISG responds to Government's £1.9 billion investment in cyber security in letter to Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond
Date:
04/02/2016
UTC creates STEM learning opportunities

UTC creates STEM learning opportunities

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Royal Holloway is actvely involved in developing local University Technical College provision, preparing 14-18 year old students for careers in science and engineering through a specialist curriculum delivered in partnership with employers.
Date:
01/02/2016
How plants rely on friendly fungal bodyguards

How plants rely on friendly fungal bodyguards

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Professor Alan Gange explains how plants and fungi do not exist in isolation, but instead form a cooperative in the war against insect pests, published in The Conversation.
Date:
28/01/2016

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