Lightning sparks new source of climate data, 100 years later
New research from the University of Reading shows that younger age groups are significantly more likely to be open to the idea of eating lab-grown meat, or insects, than older people.
Children do “fun, easy, and interesting” activities to learn about how to dispose of food packaging sustainably.
Surveys of consumers in Poland and Spain show that a lack of knowledge about food packaging symbols is hindering effective disposal practices.
As the world recovers from the Covid-19 crisis, research shows that trust in food authorities has fallen.
Over one-fifth of the UK may have suitable weather by mid-Century to grow Chardonnay grapes for still wines.
Sinks and P-traps are home to a surprising number of fungal organisms.
Children take part in workshops on sustainable disposal of food packaging.
Seminar highlights clinical research collaboration with San Marino
Stronger hurricanes that are reenergised by jet stream winds are twice as likely to cross the Atlantic and wreak havoc in Europe than weaker ones, new research has found.
Students rule themselves out of, or in to, STEM disciplines, based on stereotyped views of what makes a typical student, a new study has found.
People living in Britain thousands of years ago combined cereals and milk in cooking pots, archaeologists have found, suggesting they may have enjoyed the same hot porridge breakfasts as their modern-day descendants.
The University of Reading is shortlisted in two categories for this year's Times Higher Education (THE) Awards, announced recently (1 September).
New analysis points to spring hay decline in southern England of up to 50% by 2080
A project preserving the legacy of Stephen Dwoskin is a Digital Preservation Awards 2022 finalist.
Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to net-zero targets, while improving the quality of diets, a new study shows.
Estimates of the volume of water needed for agriculture worldwide are ‘unreliable’, new research has shown
A new book by climate activist Greta Thunberg will feature warming stripes created by Professor Ed Hawkins on its cover.
Research highlights electoral and policy significance of growing economic divide between graduates and non-graduates
Campaign sees Indian snakebite victims who can’t afford treatments to benefit from confirmed health insurance coverage.
Moths struggling to move north to adapt to climate change in the UK could be assisted by targeted habitat restoration to give them a smoother journey
Bioactives should be included in dietary guidelines to promote health, said leading experts at a conference hosted by the University of Reading.
A linguist at the University of Reading who has contributed research in areas of health communication, digital literacies, and language and creativity has been made a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
People could benefit from fully automated personal nutritional advice, as a new research paper shows that an app improved healthy diet in clinical trials.
Researchers at the University of Reading will benefit from a share of £14m of grant funding to improve the healthiness of UK diets.
New scheme is part of DfE national strategy and will make expert knowledge available to schools
A new pan-European study of more than 20,000 consumers reveals that less than half of consumers have confidence in the food sector, with just a third believing that the food they eat is sustainable.
Budding citizen scientists have helped to identify the largest ever DNA catalogue of apple and pear varieties across the UK.
Would-be farmers will be able to learn new agri-technologies on a new content pack for the popular Farming Simulator 22 game released on 19 April, thanks in part to help from the University of Reading.
New research paper shows clinical sensitivity on par with lab-based testing
Minority ethnic students are reporting a trend of emotional detachment from racism experienced during their university experience, new research has found.
A Creative Entrepreneur in Residence will help drive innovation in arts and humanities disciplines.
The number of deaths directly linked to high temperatures in England and Wales will increase by 42% if temperatures rise by 22°C, a new study has found
New UKRI-funded research network led by University of Reading to co-create healthy, affordable foods and diets for older people
A University of Reading researcher whose work on new forms of drug delivery using sticky and slippery materials has won a prestigious award from the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The University of Reading has been awarded a Turing Network Development Award by the Turing Institute for the first time
New archaeology research suggests while the Plague devastated some parts of Europe, others were relatively unaffected