Robotic farming, healthier cities, and weird weather - Reading in the news Mon 12 Dec
Release Date 12 December 2016
University Challenge: Coverage of trials to represent the University of Reading following a RUSU boycott, in the Daily Mail.
Brexit brain drain for UK science: Dr Joanna Bagniewska (SBS) featured in report on impact of EU referendum vote on science funding in the UK, in the Daily Mail.
Business school rankings: Financial Times published their European business school rankings last week. Henley Business School is ranked 9th among UK institutions. Business Insider also covered the story.
Business skills for the music industry: Financial Times feature on Henley Business School Africa running MBAs for the music industry.
Robotic farming: Herald Scotland story on automated techniques being trialled in agriculture, including research from UoR.
Creating healthier public spaces: ARCC network publication featuring UoR Emeritus Professor Derek Clements-Croome.
Weird weather: TalkRadio piece on changeable weather conditions this winter, with Liz Bentley, CEO of the Royal Meteorological Society and a visiting professor at UoR.
· Emeritus Professor Hazim Awbi research on indoor air quality and rise of asthma included in Building Construction Design advertorial.
· Further coverage of study by Dr Jeremy Spencer (SCFP) on the positive impact of champagne on heart health in MyDomaine.
· Reading graduate and artist Deirdre Hyde interviewed by Tico Times