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Reading in the news - Tue 29 Oct

Release Date 30 October 2019

Reading in the news

 

CO2 and climate change: The Ecologist mention Professor Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) in an article about the first scientists to link carbon dioxide emissions with climate change.

New law course: A new Bar Practice Course run by the University of Law at universities including Reading is reported by PR Newswire, and subsequently several other websites.

Other coverage

 

  • BBC Radio Berkshire interviewed Professor Jane Setter (English Language and Linguistics) about her new book exploring how we speak and what it says about us. Read our news story.
  • Politics Home mentions Commons Speaker John Bercow’s visit to the University of Reading in 2017, where he told students he voted Remain in the EU Referendum. Read our news story.
  • MedicalXpress writes on a study showing healthy people are unlikely to benefit from cutting gluten out of their diets.
  • Connecting Nigeria lists the top five male Nigerian DJs to follow on social media, and includes Reading Physics and Computer Science graduate Rotimi Alakija AKA DJ Xclusive.

 

 

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