Turbulence on the up and a new sculpture comes to campus - Reading in the news Fri 27 Apr
Release Date 27 April 2018
Here is today’s media report.
Turbulence increase: Vertical Magazine features Reading research (Meteorology) that shows severe air turbulence will affect more flights worldwide in the future due to climate change. Read our news story.
Communicating economics: An LSE blog by Marina Della Giusta (Economics) explores how economists come across more distant and less engaging on Twitter, compared with scientists.
Sculpture display: Get Reading reports that a sculpture by University of Reading graduate and renowned artist Eric Standford will be displayed at the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology on Whiteknights Campus.
Blockbuster films: The latest collection of international films to be screened by Reading Film Theatre at the University is featured by Get Reading.
- Wired.gov report that a research project led by Professor Donal O’Sullivan (Agriculture) is one of six phase one projects to win funding to enhance sustainable agriculture in Colombia
- BBC Radio Suffolk reuses a Radio 4 report on the BBC’s new Reminiscence Archive, in which Professor Arlene Astell (Psychology) is interviewed on her research on how sound can unlock old memories
- Dr Parastou Donyai (Pharmacy) is quoted in further international coverage of a study linking some medication with dementia. Articles include Devon Live, Graffio Tech in Italy, Prensario in the US and Teen1s in Vietnam