Reading in the news - Wed 31 Aug
31 August 2022
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- Dr Liz Stephens (Meteorology) is quoted by Euro News, Yahoo!, TVN Meteo, New Scientist, Public News Time, Today UK News, and Germanic on the Pakistan monsoon and increasingly severe global flooding.
- Professor Maarten Ambaum was interviewed on The Naked Scientists podcast about the use of cloud-seeding and the transcript is published on their website.
- Farm Contractor reports on Reading research showing hay yields will decrease due to climate change. Read our news story.
Decolonisation: Times Higher Education publishes an article by Dr Apurba Chatterjee (History) on how best to approach studying colonialism.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by the Metro, I Know All News, and OE 24 on the transmissibility of bird flu.
- Further coverage by Archaeology of the University's exploration of an 8th-century monastery which may have been an important trading hub. Lead archaeologist Dr Gabor Thomas (Archaeology) is mentioned. Read our news story.
- Dr Folashade Adeyemo (Law) took part in a webinar on the importance of reviewing Nigerian banking regulations and is quoted by This Day Live on her opening statements.
- Further coverage of research led by Dr David Field (Psychology) on the benefits of Vitamin B6 for mental health by Archy Newsy. Read our news story.
- Farnborough lists Professor Mike Lockwood (Meteorology) as an upcoming speaker at Space-Comm Expo 2022.
- Academy Radio FM reports on Reading's research on the benefits and importance of letting your mind wander.
- The Daily Star (in print) mentions University research on the benefits of orange juice on alertness and concentration.
- Mark Meets mentions Henley Business School's research on the benefits of a four-day workweek.
- Berkshire Live reports on the departure of the unauthorised encampment on the University's campus last week.
- IFST reports that the University will be part of their student launch pad event this year.
- Institutional Investor reports on a study co-led by Reading that found some private firms manipulate their numbers to show strong performance when fundraising.
- An article written by Ted Malloch (previously Henley Business School) on American politics is published by OANN and 123 RU.
- Eastern Daily Press (in print) publishes an obituary for Reading graduate and renowned horticulturist, Doreen Normandale.
- Soweto Life reports that Henley Business School MBA graduate Mapi Mhlangu has been appointed head of the judging panel for the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards in South Africa.
- Business Day reports on the appointment of Henley Business School graduate Abiola Bolaji as the managing director of Skye Bank.
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