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Wednesday 28th June 2017

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Hunting ELFs: An investigation into Android malware detection

Computer Weekly 2017 information security thesis series: Hunting ELFs: An investigation into Android malware detection
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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 fifth article, "Hunting ELFs: An investigation into Android malware detection", of our Computer Weekly 2017 Royal Holloway information security thesis series, Thomas Atkinson describes how malicious ELFs (Executable and Linkable Format) lying dormat in the depths of Android mobile applications may be detected.
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28/06/2017

Applying a household acid to plants in drought could help secure food crops

Applying a household acid to plants in drought could help secure food crops
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Helping drops survive drought using common acid
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28/06/2017
Tuesday 27th June 2017

Dr Ayesha Siddiqi selected as an IRDR (Integrated Research on Disaster Risk) Young Scientist

Dr Ayesha Siddiqi selected as an IRDR (Integrated Research on Disaster Risk) Young Scientist
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Ayesha Siddiqi selected as IRDR Young Scientist
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27/06/2017
Friday 23rd June 2017

The Big Bang Experience!

The Big Bang Experience!
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Particle Accelerator Physicist Dr Stephen Gibson, and colleagues from Royal Holloway, presented The Big Bang Experience! A brief history and future of the LHC' revealing the wonders of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, and how it is unravelling the mysteries of the universe.
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23/06/2017

Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award

Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award
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Fair and effective eyewitness evidence research wins major award
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23/06/2017

Out of Africa; new research explores drive behind early humanity's travels across the world

Out of Africa; new research explores drive behind early humanity's travels across the world
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Out of Africa; new research explores drive behind early humanity's travels across the world
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23/06/2017
Thursday 22nd June 2017

International Women in Engineering Day 2017

International Women in Engineering Day 2017
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As we celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2017, Dr Stefanie Kuenzel from the Department of Electronic Engineering at Royal Holloway reflects on an exciting time for motivated and brilliant engineers.
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22/06/2017

ISG staff & students attend summer school on real-world crypto and privacy

ISG staff & students attend summer school on real-world crypto and privacy
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Last week saw PhD students from the ISG make the trip out to Šibenik; a city on the long coastline of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia. Not only is Croatia the filming location for King's Landing in Game of Thrones, it is also the home of the annual Summer School on Real-World Crypto and Privacy. The school aims at bringing together PhD students, postdoc researchers and security experts from industry in a four-day event. As well as ample networking opportunities, the summer school provides a host of introductory lectures on various topics.
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22/06/2017

AHRC PhD studentship: a paper world

AHRC PhD studentship: a paper world
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AHRC TECHNE Partnership Award - Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship...
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22/06/2017
Wednesday 21st June 2017

Computer scientists have the highest median earnings five years after graduation

Computer scientists have the highest median earnings five years after graduation
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Adrian Johnstone, Elizabeth Scott and Doron Swade presented at the Ada Lovelace Symposium held at the University of Oxford, December 9-10, 2015.
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21/06/2017
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