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Sport - Campus - 18.11.2020

Campus - Sport - 26.10.2020

Sport - Psychology - 19.10.2020
MatchFit app uses football to provide resources and support to vulnerable groups
An new app which uses football as a theme to provide positive resources and support for vulnerable groups including the young and the homeless has been launched by the Street Soccer Foundation , a charity run by ex-football player Keith Mabbutt.

History / Archeology - Sport - 12.10.2020
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Researchers have investigated ancient leather balls discovered in the graves of horse riders in northwest China.

Health - Sport - 24.09.2020
Yale designates labs in three states to provide SalivaDirect(TM) COVID-19 test
Yale designates labs in three states to provide SalivaDirect(TM) COVID-19 test
Yale has designated three independent laboratories to perform the university-developed  SalivaDirect (TM)  COVID-19 test. Along with  Yale Pathology Labs  - the first to offer the test -  Access Medical Laboratories ,  Hennepin County Medical Center  (HCMC), and  Mirimus, Inc.

Campus - Sport - 22.09.2020
Movement science students test latest technology in on-campus course
As gym lovers and sports enthusiasts head back to their favorite activities, one of the adjustments they have faced is exercising with a facemask.

Sport - 10.09.2020
Virtually Engaging Student Voters
The new Civic Engagement Office is working to register and engage as many UC San Diego student voters as they can for the upcoming presidential election With the excitement surrounding fall move-in,

Sport - 09.09.2020
"Lifting the rule would reduce participation"
The new Bundesliga season kicks off on 18 September. One subject that never fails to spark debate in German professional football is whether the so-called 50+1 rule should be abolished - something favoured by Uli Hoeneß and others.

Sport - Social Sciences - 04.09.2020

Sport - Economics / Business - 18.08.2020

Sport - Health - 05.08.2020
Grad student’s research focuses on ’cutting’ from sports teams
When high schools cut athletes from sports teams it can be a painful for those who didn't make the team.

Sport - Psychology - 27.07.2020
Pro Sports Return to the Sound of Silence
CMU auditory neuroscientists discuss how sound influences the gameday experience At Heinz Field, only seconds remain in the fourth quarter.

Sport - Administration - 02.07.2020

Sport - Economics / Business - 22.06.2020

Sport - Economics / Business - 17.06.2020

Sport - Innovation - 16.06.2020
The future of women's football is under threat
The future of women’s football is under threat
New research by Dr Stacey Pope has found that Covid-19 is impacting men's and women's football differently.

Sport - Health - 10.06.2020

Health - Sport - 28.05.2020
Sports and the corona epidemic
Sports and the corona epidemic
For sports, the current corona epidemic is the biggest challenge of the last 100 years.

Sport - 23.04.2020

Health - Sport - 27.03.2020
How to stay fit and active at home during self-isolation
It's easy to get some exercise in your daily routine if you are working from home or are in self-isolation, writes Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis and Associate Professor Kate Edwards.

Sport - 13.03.2020
Finding the positives
Finding the positives
Heinz Frei is one of the most successful Swiss athletes of all time. He has been in a wheelchair since an accident over 40 years ago.

Sport - 12.03.2020

Sport - Research Management - 10.03.2020

Sport - Physics - 08.03.2020
Safety Top of Mind for Baranowski
CMU students Joanna Baranowski and Ian Suzuki discuss their work on goalie helmets during internships at Covestro.

Sport - Health - 27.02.2020
Brain disease found in former Australian rules player
Brain disease found in former Australian rules player
A degenerative brain disease linked with repetitive head injury has been identified in a former Australian rules football player for the first time.

Sport - Social Sciences - 25.02.2020
Charmin Smith challenges the norm of the white college coach
Berkeley women's head basketball coach Charmin Smith on the sidelines during a game. Smith has been a vocal supporter of diversity in college coaching.
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