That Giuliani interview, cutting food waste, and would you consider a poo transplant? Reading in the News - 3 May
Release Date 03 May 2018
Poo transplant: Metro look at the concept of transplanting poo as a possible ‘cure’ for a range of illnesses including depression and cancer. Professor Glenn Gibson (Food) is quoted on research about the gut-to-brain axis.
In addition, a report on ‘The Microbiome and Human Health’ published by the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology acknowledges that Professor Ian Rowlands and Prof Glenn Gibson (Food) peer-reviewed the ‘POSTnote’.
Reducing climate change emissions from food: Coverage of new research from the University of Reading about ways to combat food-related climate emissions, in Phys.org and Science Daily. Dr Eugene Mohareb (SBE), the paper’s lead author spoke to BBC Berkshire (approx. 1hr 35 mins in) about the new study. Read our news story here.
Giuliani and Trump: Dr Mark Shanahan (PIR) spoke to BBC World about revelations made by Rudy Giuliani over Trump’s affair with Stormy Daniels and payments as part of a legal non-disclosure agreement.
- Discovery Canada have visited an excavation at the Vale of Pewsey to meet Dr Jim Leary (Archaeology) where one of the UK’s first monuments, a Neolithic long barrow was discovered. Read our news story here.
- Research co-authored by Prof Elisabeth Stephens (GES) on how quicker responses to extreme weather forecasting could reduce risks raced by two thirds of the world is reported in the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs’ Reliefweb news site.
- Medicalnewser report on research into the efficacy of flu vaccines for the elderly. Read our news story here.
- Excavations carried out by a team from the University of Reading in Silchester have discovered a Roman Temple, reports Newbury Today.
- Digital Marketing Magazine and Marketing Industry News report on a webinar focused on delivering Marketing campaigns after GDPR rules come into effect. Ardi Kolah (Henley Business School) will be speaking at the event.