Reading flavour expert Dr Jane Parker sniffs out some little known truths about our noses in a new post for The Conversation.
As 2020 begins, the the Research Excellence Framework submission date is on the horizon. Professor Parveen Yaqoob, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, outlines how to make use of every available opportunity…Read More >
Even brief hot spells can damage seed quality – with implications for future food security, writes Professor of Agriculture Richard Ellis in The Conversation.
Which Reading research publications got the most attention across the globe in 2019? We’ve scoured Altmetric data to bring you the top ten most talked about Reading-authored papers of the…Read More >
Armed with a quad bike, chopped vegetables and some giant pollen grains, Reading academics took sensory-themed research to the public at the Berkshire Show on 21 – 22 September. Here…Read More >
A recent paper by Professor Richard Ellis has got seed scientists talking because it is rewriting the textbooks on when a developing seed reaches peak quality. It also exposes possible…Read More >
It’s Bees’ Needs week and once again London’s Carnaby Street has had a makeover to become ‘Carnabee Street’ until 15 July. Professor Simon Potts and the Reading Bee Team are…Read More >
Images made by Reading PhD students at work were selected for an exhibition at our annual doctoral research conference last month, featuring diverse subjects from earth worms to food bank…Read More >
Heart disease, the carbon footprint of city-dwellers’ food and recovery from sickness in the sixteenth century were among the research topics that won prizes for Reading early career researchers last…Read More >
University of Reading scientists will be out and about throughout British Science Week (9 -16 March) telling the public about their research and inspiring the next generation of researchers. Here…Read More >