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Reading in the news - Tues 26 July – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - Tues 26 July

Release Date 26 July 2016

Media coverage

Here’s Tuesday’s summary of media coverage for the University of Reading.

Dyslexia: Dr Daisy Powell (Institute of Education) gives her view on a controversial new dyslexia study in the Daily Mirror. Also covered at Capital Bay.  

Brexit: Emeritus professor of agricultural economics Alan Swinbank writes an article for Agra Europe on possible options for UK farm policy following the EU referendum vote.

Robot Wars: A Reading student and graduate compete in the BBC’s returning series Robot Wars, broadcast on BBC 2. Getreading covers the news with quotes from Prof Richard Mitchell (Cybernetics).

2026: TRANSFORM: News of redevelopment projects at Henley Business Schools and Reading’s Whiteknights campus are reported in the Henley Standard. Read our news story.

Festival of Urbanism: Prof Geoff Meen (Economics) will deliver a lecture at the Festival of Urbanism in Sydney, Australia, reports Architecture and Design.

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