Reading in the news - Fri 18 Nov
18 November 2022
- Dr Kenton White's (Politics & International Relations) article on The Conversation about the potential danger of the conflict for Nato is reposted by Asia Times. He is also quoted in an article by The Conversation's international affairs editor on Ukrainian border tensions which Yahoo! reposts.
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- Professor Chukwumerije Okereke (Geography and Environmental Science) wrote an article for The Conversation on how to stop Africa's gas reserves from adding to climate change and All Africa reposts. He is also quoted in an article byThe Conversation's climate editor on negotiating a fair climate budget with developing countries in mind whichYahoo!reposts.
- Professor Hannah Cloke (Geography/Meteorology) is quoted by Z Network on fear of the climate crisis and record-breaking extreme temperatures this summer.
- Dr James Ryalls (Agriculture) is quoted by Focus on University findings that suggest air pollution threatens natural pest control methods in sustainable farming. Read our news story.
- Dr Rob Thompson's (Meteorology) article on The Conversation about common misconceptions about rain is reposted by Raw Story.
- This Week In FM mentions that the climate research group, Space4Climate, is hosted by the University's National Centre for Earth Observation.
- The Reading Chronicle mentions University observations that fewer car trips to a school in Reading have resulted in cleaner air for the children to breathe.
- Professor CiaraMcCabe's (Psychology) article on The Conversation on the link between menopause medication and depression is reposted by The Economic Times and Pehal News.
- Poppy Lindsey, RUSU (University of Reading Students Union) student welfare officer was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshireon the student union's boycotting of showing the world cup today in protest of Qatar’s human rights record.
- Dr DariusWidera (Pharmacy) is quoted by Tek Deepson his expert reaction to research findings that leprosy-causing bacteria are able to reprogram and regenerate liver cells in Armadillos.
- Professor NazaninDerakhshan (Psychology) is quoted by Foreign Affairs on her expert reaction to a study on the long-term health outcomes and survival after radiotherapy for breast cancer.
- DrFrancescoTamagnini(Pharmacy) is quoted by Pedfire on his expert reaction to the trial results of an Alzheimer's drug treatment.
- Vice-Chancellor, Professor RobertVande Noort’s regular column for Reading Today (in print) discusses how the University marked Black History Month.
- Times Higher Education announces the University won its awards in the Research Project of the Year: STEM and in the Outstanding Technician of the Year categories.
- Roofing Cladding & Insulation (in print) report on a University student's experience of a male-dominated degree.
- E-News mentions University research on the physical and mental health benefits of houseplants.
- BBC Radio Gloucester interviews a musician who mentions they will be performing at the University in December.
- Oldie (in print) mentions that much of the University's land was gifted by the founders of the Huntley & Palmers biscuit company.
- Reading Today (in print) mentions the University's Park House in their good beer guide.
- Insider Media mentions the proximity of a biotech company to the University.
- MJ (in print) mentions the University's valued relationship with Wokingham Borough Council.
- Investegate and ADVFN mention Dr RobCook, a former Geography student, who reviewed inside information for a company's announcement.
- The Pink Brain reports on the life of businessman and Henley Business School graduate, Edwin Sodi.
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