For the second successive year, Royal Holloway, University of London, has risen ten places in The Guardian’s University League Table, placing it at number 22.
Royal Holloway, University of London has been shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious THE Awards 2021.
A new study of humpback whale song has revealed that, their songs change and spread through whale populations in different ways based on on their geographical environment.
Royal Holloway researchers are part of a team who have discovered that over the last 400,000 years, increased rainfall transformed the dry Arabian Peninsula into a route for human population movement.
Updates to the offline messaging app Bridgefy left users facing significant security vulnerabilities.
Royal Holloway has been successful in its bid for funding from the government’s new Turing Scheme. This will enable the university to offer its students additional work and study placements abroad.
Researchers from Royal Holloway have confirmed that bees exposed to multiple agricultural chemicals have significantly higher mortality rates than would be predicted from their combined impact.
Researchers from Royal Holloway, are part of a team who have completed a substantial security analysis of the encryption protocol used by the messaging platform, Telegram.
A new study has revealed that viruses and bacteria may carry memories of infections they’ve created in the past, and can use these memories to their advantage.
Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, Chief Fire Officer in West Sussex and one of the most senior female firefighters in the UK, has been awarded Degree of Doctor of Science by Royal Holloway.
Dr Brian May CBE and Denis Pellerin have been made an Honorary Fellow and Honorary Doctor of Literature, respectively, by Royal Holloway.
Scientists are uncovering the secrets of a rare meteorite and possibly the origins of oceans and life on Earth, thanks to Science and Technology Facilities Council funding.