Reading in the news - Tue 6 Dec
06 December 2022
Expert commentary on strep outbreak: Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The Telegraph, Evening Standard, Aol., Yahoo!, Radio X Online, Gold Radio Online, Deeside, Polish News, Bolton News (in print), Lancashire Live, Ex Bulletin, Able 2 UK, Head Topics, MSN, and others on how lockdown has affected children's immunity to the bacteria that causes strep and he answered common questions from The Times (and in print) and BBC Radio Berkshire about strep.
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- Professor Tom Oliver (Biological Sciences) is quoted by New Scientist, UK Today News, and Public News Time on the unrealistic nature of COP15's target to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030.
- Dr Ella Gilbert's (Meteorology) article on the melting of the Thwaites glacier in West Antarctica is quoted by Transcend Media Service and Eurasia Review.
- PhD student, Alex Biss, is quoted by Phys Org, Mirage News,and Eureka Alert on a project he led on the impact of climate change on the UK's ability to successfully produce high-quality wines. Read our news story.
- Dr James Ryalls (Agriculture) is quoted by Hort News on University findings that suggest air pollution threatens natural pest control methods in sustainable farming. Read our news story.
- Professor Gunter Kuhnle (Food) is quoted by The Sun, The U.S. Sun, and Mahalsa on his expert reaction to new research that suggests consuming highly processed foods increases the risk of developing dementia.
- BBC Radio Berkshire interviews Dr Kathryn Sampeck who has recently been awarded funding to research the history of chocolate at the University. Read our news story.
- Emeritus Professor Ken Dark's (Economics) discovery of the remains of a home under the Sisters of Nazareth Convent that could have belonged to Jesus Christ is mentioned by Delicious Food and Y Net News.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The National (in print) on the health risks that mould and damp in your home present.
- Gurinder Singh Purewal (Pharmacy) is mentioned in Chemist and Drugist in an article about adult vaccinations. His plan to train 20 third-year students to become vaccinators is referenced in the article.
- Professors Nada and Andrew Kakabadse's (Henley Business School) article on future risk in business is published by Board Agenda.
- Professor Uma Kambhampati's (Economics) article on the benefits of welcoming international students into the UK is published by Fabian Society.
- Dr Miriam Marra (IMCA Centre) is quoted by People Management on who would benefit most from a new flexible working bill.
- Research Associate, Ole Petter Anfinsen's (Henley Business School) article on executive burnout is published by Boardroom.
- Former Visiting Professor, Nick Holley (Henley Business School) is quoted by Business Day on the role of HR in talent sustainability.
- Food Matters Live lists courses at the University as options to achieve a career as a food and drink salesperson.
- London Jazz News posts an interview with award-winning vocalist and composer and Henley Business School graduate, Nomfundo Xaluva,