Rogue clinics selling stem cell therapies are popping up everywhere. There are thousands of them around the world, and they claim to be able to cure everything from autism to cerebral palsy….Read More >
Alzheimer’s disease is often thought of as a condition that only affects the elderly. But around 3.9 million people worldwide aged 30-64 live with young-onset Alzheimer’s disease – a form of dementia…Read More >
Insect populations are declining worldwide at a rate of almost 1% per year. This decline is alarming. Insects play a crucial role in pollinating crops, controlling crop pests and maintaining soil…Read More >
The Food Systems Equality (FoodSEqual) project aims to provide citizens of culturally-diverse disadvantaged communities with choice and agency over the food they consume. It is working to co-develop new products,…Read More >
Lúcia Nagib, Professor in Film in the Department of Film, Theatre & Television (FTT), University of Reading, and Honorary Professor at the University of Nottingham in Ningbo, China, has just…Read More >
Ian Rutherford, Professor of Classics at Reading, has been elected a fellow of the British Academy, the most prestigious body of humanities scholars in the UK. The British Academy is…Read More >
Film and television actors in the US came out on strike on July 14, causing Hollywood productions to shut down. The action has also had an impact on US films shooting in…Read More >
HSBC is moving its UK headquarters from Canary Wharf back into the City of London as it adjusts to the impact of hybrid work.
Around 20% of school pupils in England have home languages other than English, yet their teachers feel under-prepared to meet their learning needs. Multilingualism is an asset, but the effort…Read More >
According to reports, WHO is set to declare the artificial sweetener aspartame as “possibly carcinogenic to humans”.