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El Nino, 2017 warmest non-El Nino year on record

El Nino, 2017 warmest non-El Nino year on record

EL NINO El Nino- Last year was the warmest on record for a non-El Niño year, according to provisional figures from the Met Office released today (Thursday 18th January 2018). The HadCRUT4 global temperature data shows that 2017 was nominally the third warmest in recorded history, behind only 2015 and 2016, which were both influenced […]

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M&S Woodley, Reading & Camberley Now Offers Food Delivery within an hour

M&S Woodley, Reading & Camberley Now Offers Food Delivery within an hour

M&S Food M&S Woodley, Reading & Camberley Now Offers Food Delivery within an hour.  We wanted to share the news that Marks and Spencer offer food delivery within an hour from our Reading, Camberley and Woodley stores, within a 3-mile radius of each store. Customers can visit www.marksandspencerfoodhall.co.uk and order dinner for tonight, ready meals, browse the Foodhall for inspiration or […]

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Worms Helping Solve Crimes

Worms Helping Solve Crimes

Crime (s) being solved by Worms Help.  Reading University Involved Crime – Microscopic clues provided by worms and mites have led to a major forensic science discovery in an active Swiss homicide case published today in the journal Scientific Reports. Using an original dating protocol, an international group of researchers including a forensic scientist from […]

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University of Reading Need Help For Heart Disease Study

University of Reading Need Help For Heart Disease Study

University of Reading New Study University of Reading – Scientists are calling on members of the public to help make a breakthrough in the fight against the world’s leading cause of death, by literally bleeding for the cause. The University of Reading is calling for volunteers to provide blood samples for a new heart disease […]

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New Year Countdown – How the countdown put you in touch with your ancestors

New Year Countdown – How the countdown put you in touch with your ancestors

New Year Countdown New Year Countdown – The numbers one to five have been found to be among the oldest and most enduring words, not just among the language family responsible for European languages, but across the world. In a new study published today (1 Jan) in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, evolutionary language […]

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Josh Barrett Signs New Royal Contract but loaned to Coventry

Josh Barrett Signs New Royal Contract but loaned to Coventry

Josh Barrett Signs New Royal Contract Josh Barrett Signs New Royal Contract – Reading Academy graduate Josh Barrett has today penned a new contract at Madejski Stadium, keeping him with the club until the summer of 2021, whilst simultaneously agreeing a loan move to Coventry City for the remainder of the 2017/18 campaign. 19-year-old Barrett […]

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Summer weather forecasting could become much more accurate

Summer weather forecasting could become much more accurate

Summer weather forecasting Summer weather forecasting – Summer seasonal weather forecasting could become much more accurate thanks to new research by climate scientists at the University of Reading. A team from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) at the University of Reading has found that springtime sea temperatures in the North Atlantic can be […]

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Reading Archaeology – Triple Nomination For Awards

Reading Archaeology – Triple Nomination For Awards

Reading Archaeology Reading archaeology – Work to redefine monuments dating back thousands of years and to reveal how ethnically diverse the Romans were has put two University of Reading archaeologists in the running to be crowned Archaeologist of the Year. Dr Jim Leary and Dr Hella Eckardt have been nominated for the individual prize in […]

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Graduate gran celebrates her Fifth Reading degree

Graduate gran celebrates her Fifth Reading degree

Graduate gran celebrates her Fifth Reading degree Graduate gran – A grandmother is celebrating her fifth University of Reading degree, as the December graduation ceremonies take place. Anne Latto, 85, this week picked up her PhD in Storytelling from the Department of Film, Theatre and Television (FTT), 36 years after she first studied at Reading […]

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British farming campaign backed by Reading University

British farming campaign backed by Reading University

British farming campaign backed by Reading University British farming – The University of Reading has become the first university in the UK to pledge to Back British Farming, after hosting its own Back British Farming Day. The University’s Students’ Union RUSU is officially supporting the Back British Farming campaign run by the National Farmers Union (NFU), […]