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Benefits of daily dairy; and how the BBC are tackling false balance in climate reporting: Reading in the News - 12 September

Release Date 12 September 2018

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Dairy benefits: Professor Ian Givens (IFNH) provides comments on a new study suggesting that dairy can be beneficial for heart health, in The Guardian, NewsWeek, and Fire News Feed.

BBC Climate change reporting: Further coverage of new reporting guidance for the BBC about climate change which has been seen by Prof Ed Hawkins (Met), in EcoWatch.

Other coverage:

 

  • North East Chamber of Commerce note that Sir David Bell will be moving to the North East and becoming Sunderland University VC on 24 September.
  • An event about coaching featuring Professor Jonathan Passmore (Henley Business School) is publicised in MyNewsDesk Sweden.
  • Islington Gazette report on a couple who campaigned to save a local allotment in Finsbury Park. The article notes that the couple met at UoR.
  • A 6’11” Reading-based basketballer has been nominated for the Pride of Reading awards, which is sponsored by UoR, reports GetReading.

 

 

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