Reading in the news - Wed 29 Apr29 April 2020
- Dr Simon Clarke (Biological Sciences) is quoted in the Sun (Scottish edition), Sky News online, LBC News and Newsweek following a call by the Scottish First Mininster on facemasks, in the Daily Mail on a possible return of football; and Dr Clarke spoke to talkRADIO and Sky News.
- Newsweek quotes Prof Glenn Gibson (Food) about the possible link between gut microbial health and Covid-19 highlighted in a small study.
- An article in Forbes quotes Dr Naeema Pasha and Prof Berndt Vogel (Henley Business School) about working healthily during and after the pandemic.
- Dr Naomi Flynn (IoE) highlights that a fifth of UK pupils have English as an additional language and warn about the risk of losing English language development during homeschooling, in the Breeze FM. Read our news story here.
#LockdownClimateChange: An article for the Times reports on this month being on course to be the sunniest April on record. Stephen Burt (Met) is quoted. Read our campaign story, and our latest expert comment on how we can all pledge to change our behaviour to combat climate change.
MBA apprenticeships: Dean of Henley Business School John Board is quoted in the Financial Times calling on the Government to rethink plans to cut senior executive courses from workplace training schemes.
- Ranconteur reports on using AI to combat loneliness, and quotes Prof Arlene Astell (Psychology)
- Prof Uma Kambhampati (Economics) writes for the Conversation about global supply chains, and the article is republished in Foreign Affairs NZ.
- CMI report on new ways that we will learn in the future, and quotes Prof Patricia Riddell (Henley Business School and Psychology).
- A new podcast launched by the Henley Business School is covered in Business Magazine.