Reading in the news - Tues 19 March19 March 2019
St Patrick’s Hall: Heart Radio Berkshire and The Reading Chronicle mentioned the appeal for planning permission at St Patrick’s Hall, which starts today.
Ben Nevis: Professor Ed Hawkins (Met) is quoted in an article by the BBC on new insights into weather conditions atop Ben Nevis, discovered through the Weather Rescue project.
Knee pain treatment: ITV has a story on a new treatment plan for patients with knee pain, which has been developed through research between the University and the Royal Berkshire Hospital. Read our story here.
Death Valley Lake: Professor Hannah Cloke (Geography & Environmental Science) is quoted in an article by Newsweek in an article on the appearance of a lake in the usually arid Death Valley after a third of the region’s yearly rainfall fell in a matter of days at the beginning of March.
- An article written by Dr Dina Rezk (History) on the attempts by Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to entrench authoritarianism into the country’s constitution has been featured by The Globe Post.
- HR Magazine mentions Henley Business School in an article on whether MBAs are fit for purpose, while MBA Journal (Germany) reports on the school’s decision to pause its MBA offering.
- Access and Mobility Professional reports on the study by the University and UCL which suggests using electric bikes improves cognitive function and mental well-being.
- Mondo Visione has reported on ICMA student Akshat Vyas being awarded a Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Educational Trust Award.