Global temperatures, Henry I and digital transformation: Reading in the news – Weds 16 Nov
Release Date 16 November 2016
Here’s Wednesday’s summary of media coverage for the University of Reading.
- Dr Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) spoke to BBC News about global climate change targets being discussed at the COP 22 climate change summit in Marrakesh.
- Phys.org reports that climate scientists at the University of Reading, in collaboration with the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts and the Met Office, have begun work on a major new study to explore how the warming Arctic climate could be influencing the weather in Britain and beyond.
Henry I: Prof Lindy Grant (History) discussed the life of King Henry I on BBC Berkshire.
Property: Figures produced by Prof Michael Ball (Real Estate and Planning) show that supporting an increase supply of homes to rent is good for Government revenue, reports Property Tribes.
Digital transformation: DMN Newswire covers news that Prof Sharm Manwani (Business Informatics Systems & Accounting) will be a guest speaker at the Enterprise Digital Transformation Exchange in London.
The MERL: Further coverage at Building Design of the Museum of English Rural Life reopening after its £3.3 million redevelopment.