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Computer scientists from Royal Holloway use Artificial Intelligence to predict the frequencies of drug side effects

A new algorithm has been developed by academics at Royal Holloway to predict the side effects of drugs before they hit the market by using the same principle by which movies are recommended to users.


Nery Riquelme-Granada wins Best Student Paper at Data 2020

Nery Riquelme-Granada, together with supervisors Dr. Khuong An Nguyen and Prof. Zhiyuan Luo, has received the Best Student Paper Award at the DATA 2020 conference.


Students develop the first public database of worldwide explosive violence incidents

Code Groovers, a student-led commercial software development arm of the Department of Computer Science have built an interactive database that tracks incidents of explosive violence worldwide.

4th in the UK for graduate prospects

Source: Times Good University Guide 2019

11th in the UK for quality of research output.

Source: THE REF institutions ranked by subject, 2014

97% of our Computer Science graduates are employed in graduate level jobs within six months of graduating.

Source: Destination of Leavers in Higher Education, 2018

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