Find out the latest news and events from within the department.
The theme for this year's global awareness campaign is: ‘we are the 300 million’, emphasising the number of people affected by rare diseases worldwide.
Professor David Morritt is conducting research into the extent of plastic pollution in UK waterways
New research shows bees have many means to learn from their nest mates about the best flowers to visit, but it is their unique waggle dance which is prioritised above all else
A ground-breaking pilot scheme run by Royal Holloway and supported by Naturalist, broadcaster and campaigner Chris Packham is educating children about the vital role trees play
New research by academics at Royal Holloway has identified a way that cannabidiol (CBD) functions in brain cells to protect people against epileptic seizures.
A study published by researchers from Royal Holloway, has concluded that the insecticide sulfoxaflor can impair bumblebee egg laying and larval production
New funding via LIDo partnership, represents an investment of more than £20m in the development of future bioscience researchers
A new study published in the journal Current Biology has discovered that a natural nectar chemical in Calluna heather called callunene can act as a medicine to protect bumblebees
The 3 year advisory appointment recognises the research impact and professional respect that Professor Fraser has built up over the years
Dr Steve Portugal, from the School of Biological Sciences at Royal Holloway, has received the prestigious Bicentenary Medal in recognition of his excellent work in animal behaviour and physiology.