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Reading in the news - Thurs 4 Apr

Release Date 04 April 2019

Reading in the news

Autism study: Professor Bhismadev Chakrabarti (Psychology)’s comments on a study into autism and its effects on people’s sense of self are included in an article by Newsweek.

 

Bomb Cyclone: The Meteorology department’s work on The Sting Jet project is mentioned in an article by The Washington Post on an intense storm which battered the US east coast this week.

Catering crown: The University’s Tonii D’astoldo’s best signature drink win at The University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) awards was covered by FENews.co.uk. Read our story here.

 

Other Coverage

 

  • Dancing Times has an obituary to Gillian Freeman, a screenwriter and novelist, who graduated from the University in 1951.
  • FENews.co.uk has reported on the announcement of a second year of funding for the Creative Spark: Higher Education Enterprise Programme, which has benefited Henley Business School’s creative incubator project.
  • Homeland Security News Wire has picked up on a project involving the University to support global businesses to improve their cyber security.

 

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