Reading in the news - Wed 21 Dec
21 December 2022
Flight Turbulence: Professor Paul Williams (Meteorology) is quoted by AP News, syndicated to the Independent, Daily Mail, Aol, The Washington Post, Yahoo!, WSB-TV Atlanta (online), US News, My North West, Breitbart, SF Gate, Spectrum News, Miami Herald, Star Tribune, The Free Press, The Island Packet, The News Tribune, and over one hundred other outlets on his research on the impact of climate change on aviation and turbulence.
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- Dr Stephen Burt (Meteorology) is quoted by Sky News, The Sun (and again), Metro, Mirror, Daily Mail (and in print), Mail+,Yahoo!, Heart Radio (online), Smooth Radio (online), Today UK News, Bolton News (in print), Head Topics, and others, explaining the UK's sudden mild weather.
- Professor Richard Allan (Meteorology) is quoted by GB News, Daily Record (in print), and Head Topics on expected extreme weather next year as global temperatures continue to exceed at least 1C above average.
- Mirage News and Eurek Alert! report on collaborative research by Dr Kyriaki Noussia (Law) on the amendments that must be made to environmental and insurance law to allow for carbon capture, utilisation, and storage.
- Express and Star (in print) mentions University research that suggests the UK will be able to produce high-quality wine as a result of climate change. Read our news story.
- Green Matters mentions the University's research on the impact that globally slowingwindspeeds will have on the production of energy extracted fromwindturbines.
- Dr Christine Riefa (Law) is quoted by i News (and in print), Head Topics, and BBC Radio Solent on the consumer rights needed to protect online shoppers from being exploited.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by The Sun on the weaker immune systems that children and older people have, putting them at risk of developing worse strep infections.
- Professor Adrian Bell (Henley Business School) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire and BBC Radio Oxford on his children's Christmas lecture on the history of money and finance.
- Dr Nancy Mudenyo Hunt was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on being awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters from the University.
- Dr Mark Dallas (Pharmacy) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on his recent research linking heading the ball in football to higher risks of developing dementia.
- The Hindu reports on a lecture that Professor Vimal Karani (Food) delivered as part of an international conference on nutrition and health, and he is quoted byTimes Of India on the progress of research on precision nutrition in developing countries.
- BBC Radio Solent, Head Topics and Today UK News report on difficulties that a student with cerebral palsy experienced to secure funding from her local council to pay for specialist equipment she needed to attend the University.
- Dr Erhan Aslan (Literature and Languages) is quoted by The Sun News and Idaho Statesman on tips to solve Wordle puzzles.
- Dr Chris Dalton (Henley Business School) wrote an opinion piece on handling imposter syndrome, and it is published by Management Today.
- Wokingham Today reports on the role the University's Science Centre has in developing, formulating, and testing chocolate products for a Reading-based company.
- Bangkok Biz News lists the University as a participant in the upcoming UK and Ireland Study Exhibition 2023.
- Smashing Magazine mentions the University's Department of Typography and Graphic Communication and information design research by Dr Rob Waller (previously Typography and Graphic Communication).
- Positive News mentions Henley Business School's research on the benefits of the four-day workweek.
- CNN (Greece), Market Screener, Capital GR, and Naftemporiki report on the appointment of University Alumnus, Christos Iliopoulos, as the Deputy General Manager, Head of Project Finance at Attica Bank.