Reading in the news - Mon 5 Dec
05 December 2022
Expert commentary on strep outbreak:
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The Times, i News, Sky News, The Sun (and in print), The U.S. Sun, The Daily Telegraph (in print), Daily Star (in print), Western Mail (in print), Yahoo!, The Week, The Scotsman, Smooth Radio Online, Heart Radio Online, Capital FM Online, Planet Radio Online, Dagbladet, Head Topics, Birmingham Live, Nottinghamshire Post, and others, and interviewed by Talk TV, Talk Radio, Sky News, Times Radio, LBC News, Greatest Hits Radio, BBC Radio Scotland, Heart Scotland West, Heart Scotland East, Swansea Sound Radio, Hits Radio Manchester, Signal Radio 1, and other regional stations on what strep is, how it is treated, and how it may further transmit.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) and Professor Ian Jones (Biological Sciences) are quoted by the Daily Mail (and in print, and again), Mail+, Mirror (and in print), Metro, Daily Express (in print), Business Telegraph, LBC News, Business Fast, Today UK News, Head Topics, News Groove, Health Medicine Network, Express Digest, North Wales Live, MSN, and others on how lockdown has affected children's immunity to the bacteria that causes strep, how concerning the outbreak is, and how the widespread use of antibiotics could prevent further cases.
- Henley Business School student, Paul Beville is quoted by Financial Times (and in print) and Business News on his experience taking part in Henley's leadership programme.
- The Financial Times mentions the average salary of a Henley Business School graduate.
- Dr Cathy Manning (Psychology) was interviewed by BBC Radio Oxford about research identifying why autistic people can find supermarket environments so challenging. Read our news story.
- Professor Adrian Palmer (Henley Business School) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on the repurposing of department stores and external retail revenue.
- Sheldon Allen (RUSU President) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on what the University is doing to help its students during the cost-of-living crisis.
- PhD researcher Jacob Gardner (Biological Sciences) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire about a new dinosaur skeleton coming to the Natural History Museum.
- University student, Dominique Vincent was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on the job opportunities available from the opening of a film studio in Berkshire.
- Dr Saeed Bagheri (Law) is quoted by Wired on how Iranian people are spreading the news of human rights violations through the freedom of Twitter.
- Dr Paul Jenkins (Psychology) wrote an article for The Conversation on binge eating and it is republished by Science Alert, True Viral News, and News Lanes.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The National on the health risks that mould and damp in your home present.
- Professor Andrew Kakabadse and Professor Nada Kakabadse (both Henley Business School) wrote an article for The Hunt Report (in print) on how ESG measures are shaping corporate activity.
- Dr Soon Gweon (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) is mentioned by Daily KOS for leading a study on mould and fungi in sinks and drains.
- Reading Chronicle (in print) reports on the University's plans to develop one of its buildings into a lab to be commercially used.
- Food Processing and Delecious Food reports on the University's funded research on the history of chocolate and how it has changed the world.
- BBC Radio Berkshire mentions that Air Circus played at the University yesterday.
- BBC Radio Berkshire mentions the University's vocal ensemble.
- Sum Industria reports on the appointment of Henley Business School graduate, Jakob Wegge-Larsen, as the CFO of DB Schenker.
- Blooloop reports on Reading graduate, Julie Molloy's career at the National Gallery.
- B Daily News reports on a wearable infrared clothing brand founded by University graduate, Timothy Brownstone.
- Business Daily reports on Reading graduate, Alex Bell's, drought-resistant garden.
Loading additional items please wait....