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New research urges scientists that are looking to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease to focus on the role of proteins in the brain that cause Alzheimer's disease.
Royal Holloway and its partners at University of Alabama, has been awarded a share of more than £9 million to research into a treatment for Neurofibromatosis type 1.
New research from academics at Royal Holloway, the University of Birmingham, and Sheffield University, claims that brands have a lot to learn from the James Bond franchise.
Two players from Royal Holloway Women’s Football Club (RHWFC), have embarked on a trip of a lifetime to Barcelona as part of Santander UK’s initiative to support female talent.
StoryFutures Academy has announced its first co-funded immersive production has been selected for the Tribeca Film Festival.
A new study shows that lending conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) undermine “state capacity” in developing nations.
The Speaker of the House of Commons, The Rt Hon. John Bercow MP, gave a private talk to members of the School of Politics and International Relations and Philosophy earlier this month.
A recent study by academics at Royal Holloway, explores how university students perceive National Health Service (NHS) and peer-to-peer mental health support and services available in the UK.
Once again Royal Holloway will host a free programme full of fun and educational talks, hands-on activities and events on Saturday 9 March, 10am to 4pm for the hugely popular Science Festival.
Social media messaging apps are playing an ever increasing role in the drugs economy, according to new research from Royal Holloway, University of London.
The Peterloo Massacre of 1819, is set to be brought to life through a new educational film project called Archives Alive: Peterloo from Royal Holloway in partnership with The National Archives.
A researcher at Royal Holloway, University of London, has discovered a new species of spider in Indonesia.