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Agronomy / Food Science - Sport Sciences - 10.12.2018
Agricultural economist Timothy Josling dies at age 78
Timothy Josling, a professor emeritus at the former Food Research Institute known for his encyclopedic knowledge of international agricultural policy, died on Nov.

Sport Sciences - 07.12.2018
What it’s like to be the highest-ranking woman in Major League Baseball
When†Kim Ng, AB'90, started working for the Chicago White Sox in 1990, entering statistical information about players into a computer was a labor-intensive process and "still a bit of a novelty," she said.

Politics - Sport Sciences - 06.12.2018
Senior explores opportunities in China
Senior explores opportunities in China
Yvonne Lee, '19, spent 10 weeks interning at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing, China.

Sport Sciences - Politics - 06.12.2018
Exploring opportunities in China
Yvonne Lee, '19, spent 10 weeks interning at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy in Beijing, China.

Environment - Sport Sciences - 29.11.2018
Rising waters could be a major obstacle for A's Howard Terminal stadium
Rising waters could be a major obstacle for A’s Howard Terminal stadium
Kristina Hill says she completely understands why the Oakland A's and the City of Oakland have settled on the Howard Terminal site as the future home of the Major League Baseball team in the East Bay.

Sport Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 22.10.2018
A numbers game
To most observers, a blistering, bruising basketball game is a contest of speed and athleticism. But to Dario Zarrabian and Nate Hollenberg, the sport is very much a numbers game.

Sport Sciences - 18.10.2018

Sport Sciences - Health - 16.10.2018

Sport Sciences - Health - 12.10.2018
Joe Roth: A life that keeps on giving
Joe Roth: A life that keeps on giving
Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) It's been 40 years since Jack Clark was in a huddle with Joe Roth,

Sport Sciences - 12.10.2018

Sport Sciences - 03.10.2018
UQ wins nine champion pennants at Nationals Div 1
UQ wins nine champion pennants at Nationals Div 1
The University of Queensland has claimed nine champion university pennants at the inaugural UniSport Nationals Div 1 event on the Gold Coast.

Sport Sciences - 02.10.2018

Business / Economics - Sport Sciences - 01.10.2018

Sport Sciences - 20.09.2018

Sport Sciences - 20.09.2018
What makes an educational video game work well?
What makes an educational video game work well?
MIT designers explain their philosophy in a new book, "Resonant Games." To succeed at "Lure of the Labyrinth," a video game created by designers in MIT's Education Arcade, players rescue pets from an underground lair inhabited by monsters.

Sport Sciences - 17.09.2018

Sport Sciences - 11.09.2018
UQ claims Uni 7s bronze in Canberra
UQ claims Uni 7s bronze in Canberra
The University of Queensland's Aon Uni 7s Series tournament winning streak has come to an end following a third placing in Round 2 in Canberra.

Sport Sciences - 06.09.2018
UQ expecting physical contest in Canberra
UQ expecting physical contest in Canberra
The University of Queensland will head into Round 2 of the Aon Uni 7s Series in Canberra this weekend (8-9 September) with a determination to build on its tournament winning streak.

Sport Sciences - 05.09.2018
Eighteen Under 18: Kids report on the hot-button issues in their lives, all the way to the UN
Eighteen Under 18: Kids report on the hot-button issues in their lives, all the way to the UN
What happens when children and teenagers lead research into the hot-button issues that affect their health, wellbeing and rights? Australia will find out this Friday when 18 junior research leaders present their findings to a panel of influential Australians in Melbourne, including the National Children's Commissioner Megan Mitchell.

Sport Sciences - 27.08.2018
Team UQ claims Uni 7s season opener
Team UQ claims Uni 7s season opener
The University of Queensland has continued its Aon Uni 7s Series dominance, claiming the opening round of the 2018 season in Hobart.

Sport Sciences - Business / Economics - 23.08.2018

Sport Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 07.08.2018
How a Computer Learns To Dribble: Practice, Practice, Practice
Basketball players need lots of practice before they master the dribble, and it turns out that's true for computer-animated players as well.

Sport Sciences - Mathematics - 24.07.2018
New video game teaches teens about electricity
A new video game, designed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, gives teenagers an understanding of electricity by solving a series of puzzles in a bid to encourage more of them to study engineering at university.

Sport Sciences - 09.07.2018

Life Sciences - Sport Sciences - 03.07.2018
Podcast: A biology prof on growing up gay in rural Minnesota
Podcast: A biology prof on growing up gay in rural Minnesota
Noah Whiteman, an associate professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley, has always known how to survive.

Health - Sport Sciences - 28.06.2018
Sounds of moving objects change perceptions of body size
Sounds of moving objects change perceptions of body size
Sound and object motion can be used to change perceptions about body size, according to a new study by an international team involving UCL researchers.

Sport Sciences - Mechanical Engineering - 28.06.2018
New balls please
Wimbledon begins on 2 July. Over the course of the Championships some 2,500 tennis balls will be used.

Health - Sport Sciences - 27.06.2018
Jockey seeking answers pledges brain to science
Veteran jockey Dale Spriggs who is suffering the impacts of 20 or more concussions has pledged his brain to The Australian Sports Brain Bank run by the University of Sydney's Brain and Mind Centre and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Sport Sciences - Academic Rankings - 27.06.2018

Sport Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.06.2018
Rugby league players make it to the top
As New South Wales celebrates Origin victory it's likely some parents have hopes for their own children's sporting careers.

Sport Sciences - Business / Economics - 13.06.2018
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