Reading in the news - Tue 5 Jul
05 July 2022
Vegan diets and health foods: Professor Gunter Kuhnle (Food) is quoted by the Daily Mail, Express Digest, Mogaz News, News Break, and MSN on the nutritional value of vegan meat and dairy alternatives; and by the Daily Mail (and in print), The Mail Plus, What's New 2 Day, MSN, and Express Digest on industry involvement in food and nutritional research.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) spoke to BBC Radio London and is quoted by the Mirror on the UK's rise in Covid cases.
- The coordinator of Whitley's Community Development Association, Dr Trisha Bennett, spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire after being awarded an honorary degree by the University.
- Heart Radio Berkshire, Heart Radio Hampshire, Heart Radio Kent, and Heart Radio Sussex congratulate those graduating from Reading.
#PlanetPartners: working to protect the environment
- Yahoo!, Reader's Digest, and Global Advisors republish an article by PhD researcher, Abi Gazzard (Biological Sciences) on The Conversation on hedgehog conservation.
- PhD researcher Akshay Deoras (Meteorology) is quoted by Hindustan Times and MSN on Monsoon weather warnings over Mumbai.
- Capital and Main publish the climate stripes created by Professor Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) in an article on temperature change in Mexico.
- Yahoo! reports on research led by Dr Alejandra Perotti (Biological Sciences) into tiny mites that live in the pores of our skin. Read our news story.
- Further coverage of Professor Patricia Riddell's (Psychology) article on The Conversation on how people can stop themselves thinking the worst when they are stressed by Bristol Live.
- Digital Journal reports on the University's part in collaboratively developing a foot and mouth disease vaccine.
- El Gazette reports that the REF rankings declared the University's linguistic department as the fourth-best in the UK.
- Pulse lists a Reading Law graduate and musician Falz as a politically vocal Nigerian celebrity.