The Walker Institute and Sightsavers will explore how climate change affects the spread of diseases.
Tony was Head of Department of Agricultural Economics and Management and made significant contributions beyond this
The roles will provide academic leadership and support Public Engagement with Research.
Current UK legislation needs strengthening to protect staff and students from organised criminal gangs, study concludes
Photographic portrait recognises Giles Harrison’s work to advance weather recording
If you’re looking for health-giving flavanols from the berries in your smoothie, order the banana on the side, say researchers.
Record numbers of undergraduates have been offered a place to study at the University of Reading in 2023.
Professors Cindy Becker (English) and Allán Laville (Psychology) are Reading’s newest National Teaching Fellows.
Parents struggling to get their youngsters to eat their greens at home may have been handed a vital lifeline this summer holidays.
Heat stress leads to low yields and behaviour changes in cattle. We are making our homes fit for purpose to cope with climate change, but should we also be doing the same for our farm animals?
Dr Maria Maiarù aims to uncover the mechanisms by which psilocybin may help alleviate or treat pain.
“Don’t poke the bear”, they said. But that’s exactly what a team of scientists have been doing, to discover the secrets of blood clotting.
Researchers have found that the equivalent of a handful of wild blueberries in the morning helped people improve their memory and lower their blood pressure, in a new study.
Tackling lifestyle related health issues with personalised nutrition.
A trip to Buckingham Palace for Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Parveen Yaqoob, confirming her appointment as OBE.
Strict-sounding teachers are worse at inspiring the classroom than their kind colleagues, research has revealed.
Children do “fun, easy, and interesting” activities to learn about how to dispose of food packaging sustainably.
Surveys of consumers in Poland and Spain show that a lack of knowledge about food packaging symbols is hindering effective disposal practices.
As the world recovers from the Covid-19 crisis, research shows that trust in food authorities has fallen.
The University of Reading takes a positive stance on encouraging debate on campus.
New guidelines to encourage sustainable business travel and greener commuting
Over one-fifth of the UK may have suitable weather by mid-Century to grow Chardonnay grapes for still wines.