Reading in the news - Tue 8 Feb
08 February 2022
Vegan diets: Professor Ian Givens (IFNH/Agriculture) is quoted by the Daily Mail (and in print), Newsweek, The Week, MSN and others on mineral deficiencies from vegetarian and vegan diets.
Making it rain: The Guardian (and in print) reports on new research by Professor Giles Harrison and Professor Maarten Ambaum (Meteorology), investigating how electric charge in clouds can make it rain.
- Dr Gunter Kuhnle (Food) is quoted by the Daily Mail and others on reducing salt intake in a balanced diet.
- An article written by Professor Ben Laker (Henley Business School) was published by Forbes and quotes Dr Lebene Soga (Henley Business School) on problem-solving in leadership.
- Martina Mabale (Student Success and Engagement) spoke to Goldust Radio about work on promoting racial justice in teaching and learning at Reading.
- Drew Thomas (Henley Business School) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about the apprenticeship programmes offered by Henley Business School.
- Professor Andrew Kakabadse (Henley Business School) is mentioned by Imerisia for leading a training program on board practice and directorship development.
- Professor Jo Phoenix (Law) is quoted by Quillette on the importance of academic freedom.
- Former research associate Jose Pla's (Henley Business School) work on business internalization is mentioned by Advisor News.
- An article by a Reading graduate on the development of The Red Sea Project, which is building luxury resorts in Saudi Arabia, is published by Global Construction Review.