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Reading in the news - 5 April – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - 5 April

Release Date 05 April 2019

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Business study: An article in the Financial Times (£) about scholarships to help with the cost of attending business schools mentions mature student Debbie Craven who is studying at Henley Business School. Also appears in Medical Health News.

Brain ‘exercise’: Fast Company list six methods that could improve memory, and mentions research by Prof Jeremy Spencer (Food) about the role of berries in potentially boosting cognition.

 

Other Coverage

  • ESRC have announced new members of their strategic advisory network including Prof Eleanor Fisher (APD).
  • An obituary for pig farming expert David Hollier, who studied Agriculture and Food at UoR appears in Oxford Times, Oxford Mail and The Herald.
  • Inside the Games spoke to former student and gold medal winning rower Alex Gregory about fellow alumni James Cracknell, who is about to compete in the Oxford-Cambridge boat race.

 

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