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Reading in the news - Mon 26 September – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - Mon 26 September

Release Date 26 September 2016

Media coverage

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

League tables: Reading is ranked 6th in the south east in the latest The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide league tables. BBC Berkshire covers the story.

Sugar tax: Prof Richard Tiffin (Agrimetrics) spoke to BBC Radio 4 about the government’s proposed sugar tax.

Islamic State: Prof Rosa Freedman (Global Development) writes for The Conversation on why the UN can’t step in to prosecute Islamic State fighters.

Other topics

  • Carbon reduction: Edie reports that the University of Reading is a leading university in reducing its carbon emissions.
  • New study: A new climate change study is to take place at the University of Reading, explains Prof Nigel Arnell (Meteorology) at Infrastructure Intelligence.
  • Freshers: The National Student lists seven places for freshers to visit in Reading.
  • Thames Valley Science Park: Bdaily mentions the building of the new Thames Valley Science Park. 


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