Planning for 2000 communities, most severe droughts for a millenium, and attempts to save 30,000 banking jobs: Reading in the News - 17 Feb
Release Date 17 February 2017
Syrian droughts: Further coverage of research by Prof Dominik Fleitmann and Dr Pascal Flohr (Archaeology) which has found that previous climate models may be underestimating the severity of droughts likely to hit the region around Syria, in the American Geophysical Union blog. Read our news story here.
Record UCAS applications: The Wokingham Paper cover latest UCAS application numbers at UoR. Read our news story here.
Business ties with China: China Daily report on efforts to build further links between the UK and China financial services industry, including quote by Zeng Yiqin, lecturer in finance (HBS).
Ted Malloch: Aberdeen Press and Journal carries a story about Prof Ted Malloch (HBS), US President Trump’s likely pick for the role of Ambassador to the European Union.