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Learning from experience…

From Greek myth to improving medical diagnostics, final-year undergraduate Andrej Zukov Gregoric explains the basis of the PhD he is starting in September in a branch of Artificial Intelligence called ‘machine learning’. History is full of tales of animate beings created … Continue reading

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Women in Science Athena SWAN awards for Psychology and Earth Sciences

Two Royal Holloway Science departments have been given Athena SWAN awards this week, recognising their commitment to supporting the careers of women in science. The Department of Psychology have been awarded a silver award and the Department of Earth Sciences … Continue reading

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Royal Holloway Science Festival firing on all cylinders

Schools, students, staff and the local community flooded onto campus just before Easter for Royal Holloway Science Festival. The Science Faculty, together with several Arts departments, threw open their doors for a week-long programme of activities including an opera about … Continue reading

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A little while ago I was given the opportunity to take part in fieldwork in China with lecturers and research staff from Royal Holloway, through the Royal Geographical Society and the Institute of British…

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Does forest diversity matter?

By Julia Koricheva and Harriet Milligan, School of Biological Sciences. Prof. Julia Koricheva and PhD student Harriet Milligan report on their work in the collaborative EU project which examines links between forest diversity and ecosystem functioning. This project takes them … Continue reading

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National Insect Week

By George Fussey, Curator at Eton College Natural history Museum With the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics taking up so much media attention recently it is probably not surprising that National Insect Week  hasn’t blipped on to your radar screen. … Continue reading

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Resources, Nationalism and Indigenous Rights: Learning in Greenland

By Professor Klaus Dodds, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London At about 7am, close to the old heart of Nuuk (known in the past by its Danish name Godthab), I gathered with a colleague Professor Mark Nuttall who holds joint … Continue reading

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