Find out the latest news and events from within the department.
A study by researchers at Royal Holloway has concluded that weed killers, bought by many households across the country and used in agriculture, could easily be redesigned to be more bumblebee friendly
Scientists from Royal Holloway and the Natural History Museum have sampled 30 mesopelagic specimens to find that 66.7% of these ocean fishes contain microfibres.
New research at Royal Holloway has identified how two compounds derived from cannabis could function at a cellular level to reduce disease-associated changes in a range of conditions.
An academic from Royal Holloway is playing an instrumental part in the first UK clinical trials of a nasal spray proven to kill 99.9% of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19.
Scientists discover a potential first for future cancer chemotherapy treatment
The 2020 Jack Pridham lecture was a fascinating and informative talk delivered by Dr Liz Whittaker, a consultant in paediatric infectious diseases.
Research findings suggest an exciting new role for decanoic acid from the ketogenic diet in the treatment of patients with wide-ranging diseases.
Young people are not as aware of environmental changes compared to the older generation, according to a new report by Royal Holloway
Researchers from Royal Holloway, have found that an insecticide used in more than 81 countries, including within the EU, could contribute towards a global decline in bumblebees.
Two talented PhD research students in the Department of Biological Sciences have been recognised as joint recipients of an international award for their research contributions.