Reading in the news - Thu 8 Sep
08 September 2022
Complete Dinosaur Remains: Further coverage by National Geographic(Poland), IFL Science, GEO, Ordo News, The Bulletin, Planet, and Interesting Engineering of the discovery of a fossilised dinosaur skeleton thought to be complete during a search that Dr Brian Pickles (Biological Sciences) is leading in Canada. Read our news story.
#PlanetPartners: working with global partners to protect the environment
- Professor Paul Williams (Meteorology) is quoted by News Break, Malaysia Journal, and Malay Mail on the impact of climate change on aviation and turbulence.
- Agriland and The Farming Forum mention Rothamsted's partnership with the University's Centre for Dairy Research to develop progressive farming.
COVID-19: expert comment on the pandemic
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Science) was interviewed by Times Radio, Virgin Radio, Talk TV and Talk Radio about the recent development of a malaria vaccine that has been dubbed world-changing.
- New collaborative University research that helped to uncover neolithic culinary traditions is reported online by The Times, The National (print), Tech Explorist, and Terra Daily, and over the radio by The Breeze Radio. Professor Duncan Garrow (Archaeology), who participated in the research, is quoted. Read our news story.
- IFL Science reposts Dr Al Edwards (Pharmacy) and Postdoctoral Research Associate, Sarah Needs' (Biological Sciences) article on The Conversation on the UTI diagnosis method.
- Dr Rose De Geus (Politics) was interviewed by Heart Radio Berkshire on the appointment of Liz Truss as Prime Minister.
- Vice-Chancellor, Professor Robert Van de Noort’s monthly column for Wokingham Today and Reading Today focuses on the return of students to campus and the University's Community Forum event.
- Dr Gabor Thomas (Archaeology) was interviewed by Reading.co.uk on leading the excavation of an 8th-century monastery which may have been an important trading hub.
- FINN lists Professor Mike Lockwood (Meteorology) as an upcoming speaker at Space-Comm Expo 2022.
- Best Health, MSN Canada and Press Review 24 mention University research on the best houseplants for wellbeing.
- The Mighty mentions Henley Business School's research on the benefits of the four-day work week.
- Head Topics mentions that TV personality, Ayanda Thabethe is a student at Henley Business School.
- A speaker on BBC Radio Berkshire mentions the University's Museum Of English Rural Life as a location with a nice garden.
- The Mail+ (and Daily Mail in print) mention the background of Reading graduate and politician, Penny Mordaunt, who has been recently appointed to Liz Truss' cabinet as Leader of the Commons.
- Medium reports on the career of Reading graduate and type designer, Sasikarn Vongin.
- Page reports on the career of Reading graduate and type designer, Natalie Rauch.