Reading in the news - Thu 24 Nov
24 November 2022
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- The Times (in print), Malay Mail, News 18, Leportale, and Forbes India report on how Professor Ed Hawkins' (Meteorology) warming stripes became the symbol of global warming, and Reading.co.uk mentions Reading is the hometown of his stripes.
- Know ESG report on the importance of considering the impact of aerosols on climate change at COP27, quoting Dr Laura Wilcox (Meteorology). Read our news story.
- A View From The Beach quotes Professor Mark Hodson, (who previously worked at the University) on co-authoring a new study which determined the climate of the ice age by analyzing earthworm granules.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Professor Ian Jones (Biological Sciences) is quoted by RTL Today disqualifying false information about Covid subvariants.
- A repeat episode of BBC's Scotland: Rome's Final Frontier aired, during which, Professor Matthew Nicholls (formerly Classics) was interviewed on his virtual replication of an Iron Age camp.
- i News and Heart Radio Berkshire report on industrial strike action taking place at UK Universities including Reading.
- Lecturer Andile Skosana (Henley Business School Africa) wrote an article on the importance of infrastructure investment in Africa, and it is published by Leportale, Head Topics, and Business Day.
- Dr Chris Dalton (Henley Business School) wrote an opinion piece on handling imposter syndrome, and it is published by Management Today.
- Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou (Politics) is quoted by Tek Deeps on the normalisation of extreme right-wing politics.
- NLC reports on a book co-authored by Professor JonathanPassmore (Henley Business School) on how to be a coach.
- Jess Ashley (student) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on a play that she took part in and her latest streaming recommendations.
- Wokingham Today reports on a Christmas shopping event that will take place at the University's Museum of English Rural Life.
- Business Day mentions a Henley Business School seminar on the success and limitations of agriculture.
- Leportale mentions University research on the physical and mental health benefits of houseplants.
- India's Ministry of Rural Development mentions the signing of an MoU between the University, Panchayati Raj, and the National Insititute of Rural Development.
- Henley Standard (in print) reports on a children's hockey club tournament that took place at the University.
- Bracknell News (in print) reports on the long marriage of John Bennett who was the world's first Professor of Quantity Surveying at Reading.
- Freshers Live writes an article on historian and TV presenter, Lucy Worsley, who mentions growing up near the University.
- Farming UK and East Anglian Daily Times report that Reading graduate, Dr Zoe Davies, has received the David Black Award for contributing to the pig industry.
- The South African and 4RFV report on the career of actor and Henley Business School graduate, Thato Molamu.
- The Royal Academy Magazine (in print) reports on the career of Reading graduate and artist, Mike Nelson.
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