Reading in the news - Fri 7 Oct
07 October 2022
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- GB News, The Guardian (and in print), Express (and in print), Yahoo!, The Economic Times, News Lanes, Kent Online, Pehal News, News Break, and MSN report on predictions from Dr Christopher O’Reilly (Meteorology) that this year's winter will be milder than average.
- The University of Bath, Teller Report, Go Green, News Dubai, and Zawya report on collaborative research by Professor Giles Harrison (Meteorology) on using charge to change water droplets.
- AFP Factcheck, Yahoo! and MSN quote Professor Mike Lockwood (Meteorology) on the credibility of an article that misrepresents studies on Greenland's changing climate.
- Legit, YEN, and Tuko quote PhD Researcher, Niko Howai (Agriculture, Policy, and Development), on the impact of mangroves on combatting climate change.
Baton relay: Wokingham Today reports that a baton will pass through the University today during its journey through eighteen countries before reaching its final destination in Egypt, where climate conference COP27 is taking place in November. Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Miskell (Education and Student Experience), was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire, Professor Ed Hawkins (Meteorology) was interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire, and Visiting Professor Liz Bentley (Meteorology) was also interviewed by BBC Radio Berkshire on each of their roles in the relay.
#UniForReading: reaffirming our role as a civic university
- Wokingham Today and Daily Advent report on the University's upcoming community forum to strengthen links with the town.
- Eventbrite interviews Jon Szreider, the Students' Union Commercial Operations Manager, on student event success.
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about the monkeypox vaccine.
- Faith Wire and End Time Headlines quote Professor Nada Kakabadse (Henley Business School) on the ethics of microchip implant technology.
- History Revealed (in print) mention the University's research on the origins of the skeletal remains of a woman dubbed the 'Ivory Bangle Lady.'
- Management Today reports on an online course hosted by Associate Professor Chris Dalton (Henley Business School) on leadership.
- PM Express reports on the online attendance of Henley Business School at Gidi Creative Center's youth training event.
- Construction reports on the development of a new cycle path that will link the University to other parts of Reading.
- MBA reports on the dean's scholarship that social entrepreneur, Phano Ramoeketsi, has received from Henley Business School Africa.
- Nagaland Post, India Post, and New Kerala report that Reading graduate, Maitreyee Wairagkar has been nominated for Nature's 'Inspiring Women In Science' award.
- Hospitality Trends and HNR Hotel News publish an article co-authored by Reading graduate, Sophie Perret.
- Company Insight and Market Screener publish an interview with Reading graduate, Professor Nigel Pontee.
- Farmer's Weekly reports that Reading graduate, George Dunn, has been awarded the Farmer's Weekly's Lifetime Achievement 2022 Award.
- MBA publishes an article on Henley Business School graduate, Girly Letsipa.
- Compre Rural mentions the research of Reading graduate, James Samuel Bentley, on improving the physiological development of birds.
- Imperial College London reports on an upcoming seminar on transforming a nation's construction sector by Henley Business School graduate, Sam Stacey.