Reading in the news - Weds 3 Apr
Release Date 03 April 2019
War shockwaves: Professor Chris Scott’s (Met) study on how bombing raids during the Second World War shook the upper atmosphere has been picked up by History.net.
Brexit Business: Professor Ben Laker (Henley Business School) co-authored a piece on how companies can adapt during times of political uncertainty for El Financiero.
Canada climate: The University’s study on replacing beef with chicken to reduce food system emissions is mentioned in an article on things Canadians can do the help battle climate change by CBC.
African art: An article on a new art installation at Henley Business School’s Africa campus has been covered by MBA.co.za.
- The Wokingham Paper has reported on the Thames Valley Science Park’s nominations for two Thames Valley Property Awards. Read our story here.