Reading in the news - Tue 18 Oct
18 October 2022
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- PhD Student, Hannah Croad (Meteorology) spoke to BBC Radio Berkshire about the University's research on the impact of weather systems on sea ice melt. Read our news story.
- DNA and MSN quote Professor Paul Williams (Meteorology) on how climate change globally impacts wind speed.
- Scinexx quotes PhD student, Elliott Sainsbury (Meteorology) on the predicted increase in hurricanes in Europe as an effect of climate change. Read our story here.
- Henley Standard reports on a lecture that was given by a research team from the University's Walker Institute for students studying environmental sciences.
- AUSA quotes Reading doctoral candidate, Amos Fox (Politics and International Studies) on Russian and Ukrainian military tactics.
- Dr Kirsty Kliem (Agriculture) was interviewed by Channel 4's Food Unwrapped on her research on how an animal's diet affects its meat.
- Visiting Professor Liz Bentley (Meteorology) answered listeners' questions on BBC World Service Radio about atmospheric temperatures and the formation and movement of the wind. The interview aired on various stations in the U.S.
- Fortune and Yahoo! quote Professor Ciara McCabe (Psychology) on the psychological benefits of pursuing a hobby.
- Forbes publishes an article by Professor Benjamin Laker (Henley Business School) on ways that business leaders can be philanthropic.
- GDN Online, UAE Times, Zawya, News Dubai, Trade Arabia, Eye Of Riyadh, Eye of Dubai, and 9C News mention Dr Sakthivel Vaiyapuri's (Pharmacy) talk on the body's response to a viper's bite.
- CNBC Indonesia and Head Topics quote Dr Charlotte Mills (Food) on the validity of findings that drinking coffee can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
- Express Informer, Express Digest, and What's New 2 Day quote Professor Ian Jones (Biological Sciences) on the transmissibility of avian bird flu.
- Archy Newsy quotes Dr David Field (Psychology) on the benefits of Vitamin B6 for mental health.
- Impact quotes Professor Nada Kakabadse (Henley Business School) on the ethics of microchip implant technology.
- ETUC lists Dr Deepa Govindarajan Driver (Governance Regulation and Risk) as a signatory of a public letter to combat the cost of living and ecological crisis.
- The Northern Echo mentions the University's research on the skeletal remains of a woman dubbed the 'Ivory Bangle Lady.'
- Write Minds reports on University findings that healthy eating and exercising can improve levels of happiness.
- Crunchy Tales quotes a mature student, named as ‘Julia C’, from the University on her advice on making the most of a degree.
- China Times mentions University research that suggests drinking orange juice helps to prevent dementia.
- Presse Portal and htr.ch report on the appointment of Henley Business School graduate, Arlett Hoff, as the Director of Business Development for SV Hotel.
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