Reading in the news - 12 April12 April 2019
An article for the Independent (£) (and in digital print edition) that looks at the use of alternative remedies to treat conditions, and notes a 2015 study conducted by Pharmacy academics that found more than one third of terminal cancer patients in Oxfordshire have used a herbal supplement.
Curiosity: Metro report on a recent study which found that curiosity activated the same area of the brain as hunger.
- NewsToday report on a new study suggesting at a new treatment for Parkinson’s disease and quotes Dr Patrick Lewis (Pharmacy).
- An article for Times Higher Education about the work former UoR VC Sir David Bell is doing for civic life in Sunderland appears in print.
- Woman’s Weekly cover questions about digestive health and include a quote from Prof Glenn Gibson (Food).
- The second Pint of Science Reading which is taking place in May has released tickets for the events across the town, reports Reading.co.uk.
- A British Council-run programme funding partnerships between UK and Eastern European HEIs has been extended according to PIE News. The article notes that Henley Business School runs a “creative incubator” in partnership with partners in Georgia.
- A homecoming gig by the Amazons will take place at UoR, reports Reading Chronicle.
- The Pharmacist spoke to UoR pharmacy graduate Shikha Rishi about her work.