Monthly Archives: August 2014

Heating up for a new academic year

By Maarten Ambaum When most “normal” people are enjoying their holidays, many academics are gearing up for the next academic year. Come October, when our new students sit expectantly in the lecture halls, we need to present them with the … Continue reading

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Summer rain showers – a forecast (communication) challenge?

By Andrew Barrett I, like many others, check the likely weather for the coming days on a website which provides an hour-by-hour forecast of the weather in Reading. There are many such websites, each shows a different forecast because their … Continue reading

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