Global LGBT+ inclusion the focus at annual lecture
Estates colleague begins challenge after being moved by personal stories of friends and co-workers
Reading’s top researchers will open their work up to the public for a unique one-day event.
Professor Helen Dacre has been appointed as Met Office Joint Chair
Heat stress leads to low yields and behaviour changes in cattle. We are making our homes fit for purpose to cope with climate change, but should we also be doing the same for our farm animals?
University staff have shared their poems on ‘re-imagining our world’ and climate research for Earth Day.
Magic mushrooms for chronic pain, and more from news featuring University of Reading.
Dr Maria Maiarù aims to uncover the mechanisms by which psilocybin may help alleviate or treat pain.
“Don’t poke the bear”, they said. But that’s exactly what a team of scientists have been doing, to discover the secrets of blood clotting.
Researchers have found that the equivalent of a handful of wild blueberries in the morning helped people improve their memory and lower their blood pressure, in a new study.
Dr Bärbel Kofler met farmers in Zambia who are tackling the effects of climate change using an approach developed by University of Reading agricultural experts.
Researchers from the University of Reading have again achieved standout success in securing grant funding from Research Councils.
A new research collaboration aims to develop nature-based solutions to tackle global issues.
Professional services team the first in UK to get the accolade
Tackling lifestyle related health issues with personalised nutrition.
Tuesday 7 March: Farm management and policy approaches to support the journey to net-zero farming
A trip to Buckingham Palace for Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Parveen Yaqoob, confirming her appointment as OBE.
This year’s Fairbrother Lecture will have echoes of Big Brother
Professor Nazanin Derakhshan will be delivering this year’s Annual Edith Morley Lecture.
New research awards are being launched to celebrate the work of both research and professional services staff that showcases research excellence as well as fostering a positive research culture and environment.
FruitWatch received 6,000 submissions from the public in its first phase in 2022
Reading's action plan commits to making improvements in areas such as staff and student recruitment and awarding and pay gaps
The University of Reading’s Research Output Prize 2023 is open for submissions.
Strict-sounding teachers are worse at inspiring the classroom than their kind colleagues, research has revealed.