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Reading in the News - Tues 25 June – University of Reading

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Reading in the News - Tues 25 June

Release Date 25 June 2019

Reading in the news

Witches of Windsor: Professor Helen Parish (History) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about four women who were tried for witchcraft and murder.

Show Your Stripes: Professor Ed Hawkins (NCAS)’s climate stripes image was featured in an article by Forbes about how to successfully engage the public in science. The graphic is also featured in a piece by Now This. Read our news story about the #MadeAtReading Show Your Stripes campaign which was held last week.

Other news

  • Art student Amy Richardson’s degree show work has been published in The Big Issue, and features in a preview on the magazine’s Instagram page.
  • Graduate Craig Snell (Met) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about the science behind the recent muggy weather.
  • TeachWire has an article on the Festival of Education, which featured a talk by Professor Paul Glaister (Maths).
  • Food Manufacture runs a piece on the University of Reading students won the recent Ecotrophelia competition.
  • The University’s business partnerships are mentioned in an article by Living Reading about why the town has been named a UK top 5 city for business.
  • The Henley Standard has a review of The Last Abbot, a play written by Beth Flintoff who worked with University academics on the historical details of the piece.

 

 

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