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Ancient monuments in Sonning and the £35 million Science Park – Reading in the news Weds 7 March

Release Date 07 March 2018

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Thames Valley Science Park: BBC South (approx. 18 mins in), BBC Oxford and BBC London featured news of the opening of the Science Park. The story is also picked up by GetReading. Read our news story here.

Civilisations Festival: Dr Jim Leary (Archaeology) was featured on BBC Radio Berkshire (approx. 15 mins in) this morning talking about the significance of ancient monuments at the University's Sonning Farm. The interview was part of the BBC's celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Civilisation series. BBC Berkshire are interviewing various experts from the University throughout this week.

Skills gap in South Africa: Henley Business School South Africa has provided HR Future with an article on how business schools can help address the skills gap in the country.

 

Other coverage:

  • Portuguese website Human.pt covers the launch of a training programme featuring Professor Peter Hawkins (Henley Business School).

 

 

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