Reading in the news - Fri 27 May
27 May 2022
- An article by Professor Parastou Donyai (Pharmacy) on The Conversation on the available treatments for monkeypox is republished by regiona news sites across the UK, including Berkshire Live, Wales Online, Belfast Live, Cambridgeshire Live, Cheshire Live, Coventry Live, Derbyshire Live, Devon Live, Grimsby Live, Leicestershire Live, Lincolnshire Live and Nottinghamshire Live.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) answered monkeypox questions on GB News.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Dr Jane Parker (Food) is quoted by Technology Networks, MSN, and Wio News on parosmia.
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- Dr Michaela Hegglin (Meteorology is quoted by Space Daily on the use of satellites to document the state of the global climate system.
- Dr Mark Shanahan (Politics) is quoted by Newsweek on recent comments made by President Biden on defending Taiwan, and by Newsweek on the actions of an American representative following the school shooting in Texas.
- The Economic Times, Hindustan Times, Money Control, Dev Discourse, The Week, Mathrubhumi, and Financial Express quote a tweet from PhD researcher Akshay Deoras (Meteorology) on the delayed monsoon that has recently reached Sri Lanka.
- Professor Therese Callus (Law) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire ahead of her upcoming public lecture on the 'no fault divorce’ reform.
- A student from the University is quoted by The Reading Chronicle on her experience of her drink being spiked.
- Jess Ashley, a Film, Theatre and Television Studies student from the University and a regular guest on BBC Radio Berkshire, spoke about what she has been watching on streaming services.
- Relief Web mentions the University's partnership in progress with the World Food Programme.
- Mrs Jo Elsey (Education) is mentioned by University Business for attending the opening of Basingstoke College of Technology.
- A speaker on BBC Radio Devon mentioned his daughter who is studying at Reading.
- Investegate and ADVFN mention a Reading graduate who has reviewed inside information for a company's announcement.
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