Reading in the news - Wed 8 Jun
08 June 2022
Plants and mental health: BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio Suffolk, The Telegraph (and in print), and Yahoo! report on a joint study with RHS that found the sight of dying plants has a negative impact on mental health. Dr Tijana Blanusa (Agriculture) is quoted.
Confidence vote: Dr Mark Shanahan (Politics) is quoted by The Independent, Big News Network, People's Daily Online, and China.org about the Prime Minister's position after the vote of confidence took place on Monday evening.
- Yahoo!, KOMPAS, and Tech Monitor mention findings from Henley Business School research on the benefits of a four-day workweek.
- Express (and in print) mentions a University study about hedgehog preservation.
- Dr Miriam Clegg's (Food) article on The Conversation on the nutritional value of plant-based milk is republished by News 24.
- Professor Mark Pagel's (Biological Sciences) article on The Conversation on how people spoke in the stone age is republished by Study International.
- Dr Rob Fry (Geography and Environmental Science) is quoted by Guernsey Press on potential finds discovered during an archaeological survey.
- Sindo News mentions University research that artichoke extract can help to lower cholesterol.
- Professors Nada and Andrew Kakabadse (Henley Business School) are mentioned by Capital.gr for moderating CEO Clubs Greece's new 'Reputation, Responsibility, and PR' programme.
- Times Higher Education mentions the University's partnership with Macau University of Science and Technology.
- IT Web reports on the All Africa Business Leaders Award, held in partnership with Henley Business School.
- Sohu lists the University as an option for studying abroad.
- Yahoo!, This Is Oxfordshire and Oxford Mail report on the death of a cyclist due to a road traffic collision, naming a friend of the victim from Henley Business School.
- A University graduate is mentioned by ADVFN, Investegate, and Shares Magazine for reviewing inside information for a company's announcement.