News and Events
News via the Graduate School Blog
The Graduate School Blog contains articles and updates on key events taking place within the University's Doctoral Research community. See below for the latest news from our Blog (links to external site WordPress):
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Events, Meetings and Competitions throughout the year
Where not otherwise highlighted, you can find information on a variety of events and meetings and facilitated by the Graduate School on the Schedule of Events, Meetings and Competitions in 2013-14 (PDF - 204KB). This also compiles dates relating to forthcoming competitions of relevance to the doctoral community.
Featured items via the Graduate School Bulletin
The Graduate School Bulletin is produced twice a year and it showcases some of the key events and news stories relating to the University's wide doctoral research community. Below you can find current and past editions of the Bulletin.
In this issue:
- A postcard from Kolkata, India
- Travel Bursary Scheme - visit to Texas
- Welcome to new Felix Scholars
- PhD Research Conference
- Spotlight on: electronic deposition of theses
- A PhD...but what comes next?
- Sir Brian Hoskins awarded medal by Dutch academy of science
- Reading helps plot a path to the sustainable city of the future
- Changing cows’ diet could help tackle heart disease
- Comment: Let's not ditch 5-a-day fruit and veg advice just yet
- Climate, floods, and food security: Reading experts comment on UN climate change report
- How could ocean currents affect search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370?
- Moss brought back to life after 1,500 years frozen in ice
- Wettest February on record adds to winter of extremes
- Atlantic ‘storm factory’ brews up more wet winter weather
- Atlantic current decline could be good news for the British summer