Reading in the news
29 June 2022
#PlanetPartners: working to protect the environment
- Professor Hannah Cloke (Geography/Meteorology) was interviewed on Arte TV (26 mins and 1hr 14 mins 40 secs) in Germany on the severe floods that hit Europe in 2021.
- Professor Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about Greta Thunberg using the climate stripes as a backdrop to her appearance at Glastonbury Festival at the weekend and on the cover of her new book on climate change.
- Der Tagesspiegel reports on new research by Dr Alex Baker (Meteorology) showing tropical cyclones could become rarer in future.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted by the Mirror, Liverpool Echo and MSN News on the latest guidelines for if you test positive for Covid-19.
- BBC Radio Berkshire replayed clips from an interview with Dr Al Edwards (Pharmacy) on rising cases of Covid-19.
- Watson in Germany, the Toronto Star and Eminetra reports on Reading research into mites that live on our faces. Read our news story.
- Onrec reports on new rankings of graduate earnings by Adzuna, in which Reading places in the top 10.
- BBC Radio Berkshire, India Education Diary and National World report on the University being ranked top in a new mental health support rankings. Read our news story on the support available to students at Reading.
- The Guardian Journal publishes an obituary for former Reading academic Percy Allum.
- The Loughborough Echo reports on an exhibition of Ladybird Books archived materials held at the University of Reading.
- Business Day previews a webinar on financial crime, supported by the University of Reading ECR Fund.
- Heart Radio Sussex/Hampshire gave a shoutout to those graduating at Reading this week.
- Poradnikzdrowie in Poland references Reading research showing blueberries can improve memory. Read our news story.
- Pig World reports that Yetunde Hofman, a Visiting Fellow at Henley Business School, has joined food producer Cranswick as a board member.
- A Hero Mag interview with UK singer songwriter Arthur Brown mentions that he studied at Reading in the 1960s.
- Property Week interviews Richard Cherry, Co-Chairman of Stonebond, about his experience in the property industry.
- Awsum reports that Ruan Buelkes has been appointed as head of Delft School in South Africa by Curro Holdings.