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Tuesday 25th April 2017

Sophie Christiansen, Maths Alumna, awarded CBE

Sophie Christiansen, Maths Alumna, awarded CBE
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Sophie Christiansen, Maths Alumna, CBE
Date:
25/04/2017
Monday 24th April 2017

Dr Cinnirella joins prejudice public panel

Dr Cinnirella joins prejudice public panel
Description
Royal Holloway social psychologist Dr Marco Cinnirella will participate in a public panel discussion in London on the topic of prejudice on Wednesday 3 May 2017
Date:
24/04/2017

Student Recruitment event in Athens

Student Recruitment event in Athens
Description
ISG's visit to student recruitment event in Greece.
Date:
24/04/2017
Thursday 20th April 2017

Where has all the anti-matter gone?

Where has all the anti-matter gone?
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One of the ongoing mysteries of the universe is why, although matter and anti-matter were created in equal proportion in the Big Bang, the universe today is dominated by matter. The answer to this dilemma may be coming from studying the behaviour of tiny, extremely weakly interacting particles: neutrinos.
Date:
20/04/2017

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading

Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading
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Phonics works. New research suggests that sounding out words is the best way to teach reading
Date:
20/04/2017
Monday 17th April 2017

Royal Holloway hosts Cyberfirst courses

Royal Holloway hosts Cyberfirst courses
Description
Kiat Han Kok (MSci Computer Science – Information Security, Royal Holloway) and Ming Hong Kwek (University of Warwick) have won the second prize at the 7th Singapore Cyber Conquest Championship.
Date:
17/04/2017
Tuesday 11th April 2017

Summer Internships - Current Royal Holloway Students

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Summer Internships Royal Holloway
Date:
11/04/2017
Friday 7th April 2017

Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway

Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway
Description
The exciting arrival of new dark matter detection unit will support Royal Holloway's international research collaborations in the Centre for Particle Physics
Date:
07/04/2017
Wednesday 5th April 2017

Prof Keith Mayes joins expert panel on National Security

Prof Keith Mayes joins expert panel on National Security
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Professor Keith Mayes, Head of the School of Mathematics and Information Security and Director of the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway, joined the expert panel at an International Parliamentary Conference on National Security in London.
Date:
05/04/2017
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