Reading in the news - Wed 14 Dec
14 December 2022
Clinical training facility: Professor Orla Kennedy (Strategic Partnership Director for Health at the University) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire (approx. 2 hours 36 mins in) about the new clinical training suite designed to mimic a hospital ward being developed at the University, in partnership with the Royal Berkshire NHS Trust. Read our news story.
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- Professor LenShaffrey (Meteorology) was interviewed by Mashable (and Mashable Middle East) on the climate disasters and extreme weather events of 2022.
- Professor PaulWilliams (Meteorology) was interviewed by 3 Sat TV (no link) on clear air turbulence and is quoted by The Week, News Cabal, and Energy Central on the impact that globally slowing wind speeds will have on the production of energy extracted from wind turbines.
- Express & Star (in print) and Jersey Evening Post (inprint) mention the university's predictions that, as a result of climate change, the UK's climate will become suitable for producing still Chardonnay wine.
- Sci-Tech Daily reports on the University's collaborative research on the impact of climate change on astronomical observations.
- Aral lists the University as a partner of the InformPack project which aims to provide solutions to transition to sustainable packaging in Central and Eastern Europe.
- CNN Indonesia and Future Zone mention a study led by Dr Soon Gweon (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) on mould and fungi in sinks and drains.
- A study, led by Professor Richard Bennett, shows that trust in food authorities has fallen, following the Covid-19 pandemic. International Dairy reports.
- Dr David Rose (Agriculture) is quoted by Greatest Hits Radio on collaborative research that he led on the mental health of farmers. The findings by Dr Rose alongside Dr Faye Shortland (Economics and Marketing) and Dr Paul Hurley, who also took part in the research, are mentioned by Reach MD.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by Science Focus on the transmissibility and severity of Strep A.
- Professor Jonathan Passmore's (Henley Business School) article on hyper-personalised learning is published by CHRO.
- In Rev reports on a real estate financing course co-led by Professor Gianluca Marcato (Henley Business School).
- University World News mentions the difficulties of transnational education, presenting the University's campus in Malaysia as an example of an expensive overseas branch.
- Dziennik mentions Henley Business School's research on the benefits of the four-day workweek.
- Sussex World reports on the TikTok award that the influencer marketing agency, Gen Z Talent, has received. It was founded by University alumni, Remy Beaumont and Rhett Galvin.
- A reading graduate talked about moving to the UK on BBC Radio Shropshire.