Hurricane Florence; mental resilience; and is Trump getting it right in East Asia? Reading in the News - 13 September13 September 2018
Hurricane Florence: Dr Chris Holloway (Met) spoke to 10 local BBC radio stations including BBC Berkshire (approx. 2hr 47 mins in) and BBC Wales (approx. 2hr 25 mins in) about Hurricane Florence which is approaching the east coast of the United States.
Trump’s foreign policy: The Conversation have published an article by Dr Mara Oliva (History) looking at Donald Trump’s intervention in East Asia.
Resilience: Dr Caroline Rook appeared on BBC Radio Berkshire (from 10 mins in) to discuss Henley Business School’s partnership with Heads Together and Row. Read more about Henley’s involvement in the Atlantic rowing project here.
- Further coverage of Professor Geoff Meen’s (Economics) article for the Conversation with five charts looking at London’s falling house prices, in Prime Resi.
- Visiting Professor Dominic Swords (Henley Business School) spoke to BBC Oxford (approx. 12 mins in) about the collapse of Lehmann Brothers which happened 10 years ago.
- MANA Online report on a project in Malawi to help farmers utilise localised climate information, using the PICSA approach pioneered by UoR.
- Comments by Prof Ian Givens (IFNH) on the benefits of dairy further appear in Whisky Riff.
- Further reporting of comments by Dr Christos Pliatsikas (Psychology) on a study about bilingualism and the brain, in Suara.com.