Reading in the news - Thu 15 Sep
15 September 2022
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- Professor Paul Williams (Meteorology) is quoted by Yale Environment 360 and Rocket News on how climate change globally impacts the speed of wind.
- Daily Pioneer reports on University research on how Atlantic air impacts India's food and water supply. The study is led by Dr Kieran Hunt (Meteorology) who is also quoted. Read our news story.
Neolithic traditions uncovered: Further coverage of University research that helped to uncover neolithic culinary traditions by CNN World News, CTV News, KTVZ, and KVIA. Professor DuncanGarrow (Archaeology), who participated in the research, is quoted. Read our news story.
Complete dinosaur remains: Dr BrianPickles (Biological Sciences) is quoted by Washington Times, Phys Org, J News, Germanic, News Break, The MA News, KYW News, KMBZ News, WWL News, and others on discovering a fossilised dinosaur skeleton thought to be complete with its tissues during a search he was leading in Canada. Read our news story.
- LZ Online, Neue Presse, Kieler Nachrichten, Lubeder Nachrichten, Leipziger Volkszeitung, Elbe Jeetzel Zeitung, Piener Allgemeine, and others report on a study conducted by Professor Claire Williams (Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences) on the health benefits of blueberries.
- Sir David Bell, (previously the Vice-Chancellor of the University) spoke to BBC Radio Newcastle about previously hosting diamond jubilee celebrations at Henley Business School, where he met the Queen.
- Big News Network reposts Professor AdrianPalmer's (Henley Business School) article on The Conversation on how companies change their products to hide inflation.
- Farming Life reports on a study by Dr Sokratis Stergiadis (Agriculture) on the nutritional value of dairy milk alternatives.
- Dr Rose De Geus is quoted in an article about the Queen’s impact on female empowerment and representation, in The Globe and Mail.
- Wokingham Today reports on the enhanced bus services that will be available to accommodate the arrival of first-year students.
- Chuguo reports on the University's application requirements.
- Market Screener reports on the appointment of Henley Business School graduate, Datuk Sr. HJ Zakaria Bin Hashim as the non-executive director of CAB Cakaran Corporation Berhad.