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Thursday 15th February 2018

Using Twitter to discover how language changes

Using Twitter to discover how language changes
Description
Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, have studied more than 200 million Twitter messages to try and unravel the mystery of how language evolves and spreads.
Date:
15/02/2018
Friday 9th February 2018

ISG leads next-generation security solutions

ISG leads next-generation security solutions
Description
Royal Holloway experts in ISG join forces to develop next-generation security solutions to protect against quantum computers
Date:
09/02/2018
Friday 2nd February 2018

Royal Holloway to carry out its first overnight sleep study to explore how a lack of sleep affects your ability to learn

Royal Holloway to carry out its first overnight sleep study to explore how a lack of sleep affects your ability to learn
Description
Researchers from the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway, University of London, will be carrying out overnight sleep studies in their sleep laboratory to identify which stages of sleep and sleep-specific brain activations are critical for memory and learning.
Date:
02/02/2018
Monday 29th January 2018

New evidence suggests a role for Curcumin and related compounds in the treatment of cancer and Alzheimer's disease

New evidence suggests a role for Curcumin and related compounds in the treatment of cancer and Alzheimer's disease
Description
In a new paper published today in Disease, Models and Mechanisms, Professor Robin SB Williams from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London, has identified a way that curcumin may have therapeutic effects and has identified related compounds with the same effect that may provide better bioavailability.
Date:
29/01/2018

How much are words worth? PhD student uses novel approach to analyse the value of words

How much are words worth? PhD student uses novel approach to analyse the value of words
Description
Pip Thornton, a PhD student in Geopolitics and Cybersecurity at Royal Holloway, University of London, uses Google AdWords to analyse poetry.
Date:
29/01/2018
Thursday 25th January 2018

Researchers develop artificial chromosomes which could reverse the genetic defects in people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Researchers develop artificial chromosomes which could reverse the genetic defects in people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Description
Scientists at Royal Holloway, University of London, along with colleagues at UCL, have developed a novel artificial human chromosome which could be used to reverse the genetic defect in muscle stem cells from patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
Date:
25/01/2018
Thursday 11th January 2018

Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a chief curator for Oslo Architecture Triennale

Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a chief curator for Oslo Architecture Triennale
Description
Cecilie Sachs Olsen selected as a curator of Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
Date:
11/01/2018
Tuesday 9th January 2018

Ants sacrifice their colony mates as parts of a deadly disinfection

Ants sacrifice their colony mates as parts of a deadly disinfection
Description
New research from the IST Austria (Institute of Science and Technology Austria), in collaboration with Royal Holloway, University of London, and the University of W├╝rzburg, has found that Lasius neglectus ants sacrifice ill ants to protect their colony from infection.
Date:
09/01/2018
Wednesday 13th December 2017

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Safety Meshing Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption
Description
Every year a number of the top graduates of the GCHQ accredited MSc Information Security programme contributes valuable white papers to the Information Security industry through a thesis series hosted by Computer Weekly. In the ninth article - "Safety Meshing: Hybrid Trust Models in Social Networks for End-to-End Encryption" - of our Computer Weekly 2017 Royal Holloway Information Security thesis series, Max Kington considers an approach to enhancing trust in social networks which is a combination of centralised and distributed trust systems.
Date:
13/12/2017

Professor Keith Mayes appointed to the Silicon Trust Innovation Council

Professor Keith Mayes appointed to the Silicon Trust Innovation Council
Description
Professor Keith Mayes has been appointed to The Silicon Trust's 2017 Innovation Council. The Silicon Trust is a well-established marketing program for smart card solutions with high visibility in the worldwide government and identification (ID) markets. The purpose of the panel is to help define the core areas of product innovation and application trends in the Government ID sector for the Silicon Trust.
Date:
13/12/2017
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