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Creativity is at the heart of all great engineering inventions

NEW BEng / MEng DEGREES FROM 2017

It's an exciting and highly creative time at Royal Holloway right now as we design a brand new £20m building, where our new degrees in Electronic Engineering will be housed alongside research groups grown around our strengths in related subjects. Project-led activities will be at the heart of our teaching to encourage entrepreneurship and group working in all stages, with placements and year in industry options available to develop real-world skills and experience.

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International Women in Engineering Day 2017

International Women in Engineering Day 2017

Description
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.
Date:
Thursday 22nd June 2017
David Howard presents Science on Stage

David Howard presents Science on Stage

Description
Professor David Howard, Head of the Department of Electronic Engineering presented a talk at the British Library Knowledge Centre for "Science on Stage" for the Benjamin Franklin Society.
Date:
Thursday 27th April 2017
Incredible Medicine: David Howard explains screaming on BBC2

Incredible Medicine: David Howard explains screaming on BBC2

Description
Screaming is one of the best weapons people have when it comes to fear - it can scare off predators, or alert people nearby that you need help. Most of the time, we don't even think about it; screaming is an automatic response from your nervous system when you encounter something dangerous or scary.
Date:
Monday 6th March 2017

 

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