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 >
The Bees’ Needs: saving Britain’s pollinators
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 >
A river runs through it
Last month, researchers from the Loddon Observatory – a unique research, teaching and innovation project based around a river basin – showcased their work to academics and colleagues. Sarah Harrop…Read More >
Protecting our natural resources is just as important as cutting plastic waste.
The government’s pledge to reduce plastic waste is a step in the right direction – but it’s equally vital to protect our natural resources such as bees, says Professor Simon…Read More >
Bees, climate and food: the Reading research listed among world’s elite
Ecology, climate and food science have helped to put the University of Reading in a group of the world’s elite research institutions in a new analysis of the most cited…Read More >
What have insects ever done for us?
Michael Garratt, from School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, tells us why we should care about insects as National Insect Week approaches. Since I picked up my first ladybird as…Read More >