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Reading in the news - Weds 2 November – University of Reading

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Reading in the news - Weds 2 November

Release Date 02 November 2016

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

Psychology: Dr Michiko Sakaki (Psychology) spoke to BBC’s Inside Out about how the brain reacts when you are being scammed.

Flood prevention report:

  • Foreign Affairs shares reaction from Prof Hannah Cloke (Geography & Environmental Science) on the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee report on the prevention of future floods.
  • Phiala Mehring spoke to BBC Berkshire on how the report could impact the local region.

Sharia councils: Reading research on Sharia councils existing in Britain is referenced at i News. The research is also mentioned on BBC Radio 5 Live and at Middle East Eye.

Henley graduation: The first ever graduation ceremony for Henley Business School in Trinidad & Tobago is taking place, says the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian.

The MERL: Further coverage of the redevelopment of the Museum of English Rural Life appears at Museums & Heritage Advisor.

Protein supplements: Nutrition Insight covers research from Reading that suggests protein supplements could improve cardiovascular health. Read our news story.

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