Brexit, salmonella and a new Trump appointment? Reading in the news – Fri 18 Nov
Release Date 18 November 2016
Here’s Friday’s summary of media coverage for the University of Reading.
Brexit: Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell joined Business Day TV (South Africa) to discuss how UK businesses should be preparing for Brexit and what South Africa can learn.
Salmonella: Dr Kimon-Karatzas (Food and Nutritional Sciences) comments on a study suggesting that bags of prepared salad sold in supermarkets can breed salmonella. His comments appear in the Daily Mail and The Telegraph.
Trump administration: Prof Theodore Roosevelt Malloch from the Directors Forum Advisory Board at the Henley Business School, spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live about the potential he might join Donald Trump’s government administration.
Turning emissions into fuel: Dr Ricardo Grau-Crespo (Chemistry) is interviewed by BBC Berkshire on his new research that could capture CO2 emissions and turn them into fuel. Read our news story.
Study abroad: The Snapper reports news that the University of Reading partnering with Millersville University (USA) to offer American students the chance to study at Reading.