Reading in the news - Thu 20 Oct
20 October 2022
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- Horti Daily, Enterprise Insights, Communications Today, Mobile News, IoT World Today, and Fresh Produce Journal (in print) mention the University's part in a project named Robot Highways which aims to increase efficiency and improve environmental sustainability in food production.
- India Education Diary reports on collaborative research led by Professor Giles Harrison (Meteorology) on changing the properties of water droplets. Read our news story.
- Wokingham Paper (in print) reports that Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Miskell (Education and Student Experience), Visiting Professor Liz Bentley (Meteorology), and Professor Katrina Bicknell (Pharmacy) took part in the running of a baton through the University as part of its journey to COP27 hosted in Egypt this November.
- MSN and Hindustan Times quote Professor Mathew Owens (Meteorology) on the power of solar storms to cause power cuts.
- Henley Standard reports on a lecture given by the Walker Institute on the kinds of environmental projects they're working on.
- The Reading Chronicle mentions Reading FC's kit featured Professor Ed Hawkins' (Meteorology) climate stripes.
- Professor Rosa Freedman was interviewed by France24 (no link) on the state of the UK government.
- Dr Bahram Mahmoodi Kahriz (Henley Business School) spoke to BBC Radio Oxford about the future of small high street retailers.
- Intersec Magazine (and in print) publishes Professor Andrew Kakabadse and Asma Alawadi's (both Henley Business School) collaborative article on decentralised autonomous organisations.
- Phil's Stock World republishes a Conversation article by Emeritus Professor Brian Scott-Quinn (Henley Business School) on the UK's emergency budget announcement.
- University World News quotes Dr Vincenzo Raimo (formerly the Pro Vice-Chancellor of Reading) on the levels of student satisfaction on branch campuses.
- Henley Standard reports on an upcoming talk on agricultural transitions by current Reading student, Auvikki de Boon.
- Construction News reports on the appointment of current Reading student, Caitlin Attrill, to planning and development consultancy Lichfields.
- Absolute Mama reports on University findings that healthy eating and exercising can improve overall levels of happiness.
- Wokingham Paper (in print) reports on protests resulting from plans to develop housing on University-owned land.
- Business Ghana, Best News GH, Ghana Guardian, The Independent Ghana, and Ghana Web report that Reading graduate and the director of Ghana's Education Services, Professor Opoku-Amankwa, has been relieved of his role.
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