Reading Architecture Professor Lorraine Farrelly has spent the past month running ‘Your Place, Our Place’, a pop-up space for the local community to come together to shape the planning of…Read More >
Britain’s urban planning system has its roots in the postwar period, designed for rapid regeneration of bombed out towns and cities rather than democratic development. As the government rethinks the…Read More >
Dr Mark Dallas from Pharmacy explains how he has enlisted the skills of an artist to bring the wonders of neuroscience to schoolchildren.
Which Reading research got the most attention across the globe in 2021? We’ve dug into the Altmetric data to bring you the past year’s three most talked about Reading-authored publications for each research theme.
As the Coronavirus lockdown continues, many UK Councils have decided to ban funeral ceremonies to observe social distancing rules, opting to carry out ‘direct cremations’ instead. Social and cultural geographer,…Read More >
#WeAreTogether: From dancing to prevent falls in older people to VR-based stroke rehab, patients in Berkshire are benefiting from a research partnership between the University and the NHS. Sarah Harrop…Read More >
As many of us fill the void in live sport by watching repeats of the FA Cup Quarter Finals, or dipping into documentaries on Maradona and Sunderland FC on streaming…Read More >
We exist in a complex ecosystem and policy solutions for problems like climate change need a systemic approach, writes Ecologist Professor Tom Oliver for the Cabinet Office’s Systems Thinking blog.
A recent study from China, which has not yet been peer reviewed, suggests a link between having blood group A and a higher risk of getting COVID-19, compared with people…Read More >
Why do some people find it harder to observe social distancing measures than others? Professor Patricia Riddell from Psychology discusses how our beliefs and experiences shape our responses in a new…Read More >