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Sport - Economics - 19.07.2024
Bonjour, Paris! U-M experts can discuss Olympic Games

Sport - 18.07.2024
Six top athletes from Humboldt-Universität will be competing at the 2024 Summer Olympics

Sport - 18.07.2024
Employee Interviews: Great Opportunity or Just a Compulsory Exercise?
Employee Interviews: Great Opportunity or Just a Compulsory Exercise?

Sport - 17.07.2024
RoboCup 2024, the World Cup for robots, starts today in Eindhoven
RoboCup 2024, the World Cup for robots, starts today in Eindhoven

Sport - Environment - 16.07.2024
Oxford University partners with Oxford City F.C

Sport - 15.07.2024
Fab foursome of former SFU wrestlers grapple with success at Paris Olympics
Fab foursome of former SFU wrestlers grapple with success at Paris Olympics

Sport - Health - 12.07.2024
Olympic qualifiers 2024: University sport stars head to Paris
Olympic qualifiers 2024: University sport stars head to Paris

Sport - 12.07.2024
Running without air resistance
Running without air resistance

Sport - Microtechnics - 10.07.2024
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible

Sport - 28.06.2024
National spotlight for Durham’s community sport programme

Sport - Campus - 27.06.2024
Quadruple representation for Durham in Team GB hockey squad

Sport - 26.06.2024
Sportswashing is still highly effective despite more awareness among fans
As the European football championships continue in Germany, new research has revealed that 'sportswashing' - the practice of using sporting events or teams to improve a country's reputation - is still highly effective, despite increased awareness of the issue among fans.

Sport - 26.06.2024
Help on the way for young people experiencing gambling harm in the ACT
Help on the way for young people experiencing gambling harm in the ACT

Sport - 25.06.2024
SFU sprinter Marie-Éloïse Leclair named GNAC female athlete of the year for 2024
SFU sprinter Marie-Éloïse Leclair named GNAC female athlete of the year for 2024

Sport - 25.06.2024
The 10 Montreal intersections cyclists say are most dangerous

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
TU Delft presents faster and safer suit for kiter Annelous Lammerts
For the first time, kitesurfing is on the Olympic Games programme, with the Dutch Annelous Lammerts as one of the top participants.

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
'Sciences 2024': research goes for Olympic gold
’Sciences 2024’: research goes for Olympic gold

Sport - Computer Science - 14.06.2024
'Soccer is still a chaotic game'
’Soccer is still a chaotic game’

Sport - 13.06.2024
Forecasting UEFA Euro 2024 with machine learning ensemble
As excitement builds up for the UEFA Euro 2024, data scientists predict highest winning chances for France, using refined machine learning.

Sport - Health - 12.06.2024
Changing attitudes on accessibility and inclusion

Sport - Health - 11.06.2024
Study exposes risks of skin cancer in elite swimmers
Study exposes risks of skin cancer in elite swimmers
Only a small proportion of elite swimmers regularly checked their skin for signs of cancer despite being at increased risk, according to University of Queensland research.

Sport - History / Archeology - 10.06.2024
Coach Babb says 46th season will be his last
Coach Babb says 46th season will be his last

Sport - Economics - 07.06.2024
MLB bans player for life for gambling: U-M expert weighs in

Sport - 30.05.2024
SRS compliance Prevent in-depth training - sign up for sessions
SRS compliance Prevent in-depth training - sign up for sessions

Sport - History / Archeology - 22.05.2024
A Game of Life and Death
A Game of Life and Death
The Maya did not strive for individual glory. They achieved top sporting performances primarily to avert the wrath of the gods and the downfall of their culture.

Materials Science - Sport - 22.05.2024
New battery-free lactic acid sensor
New battery-free lactic acid sensor
Scientists at Bath, introduce a breakthrough carbon-based sensor for detecting lactic acid levels in saliva - avoiding the need for an electrical power source. Scientists at the University of Bath, working in collaboration with industrial partner, Integrated Graphene , have created a new type of chemosensor (demonstrated for lactic acid sensing) which functions with electricity but without the need for reference electrodes or battery power.

Sport - Career - 16.05.2024
Kathy McConnell-Miller Named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Carnegie Mellon

Sport - Economics - 16.05.2024
Michigan Stadium to begin alcohol sales this football season

Sport - Pedagogy - 13.05.2024
More local school children join sport and education sessions at Oxford as expanded community programme returns

Career - Sport - 03.05.2024
On the Way to a University Career
On the Way to a University Career

Sport - Materials Science - 03.05.2024
Exploring frontiers of mechanical engineering
MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering grad students are undertaking a broad range of innovative research projects.

Health - Sport - 01.05.2024
Female athletes more likely to get injured at certain points in their menstrual cycle
Football players in England's top-tier WSL were six times more likely to experience a muscle injury in the days leading up to their period compared to when they were on their period, according to new research from UCL, the University of Bath and St. Mary's University. The study, published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise , is the first prospective longitudinal study monitoring menstrual cycles alongside injuries in female footballers.

Health - Sport - 01.05.2024
Female athletes more likely to get injured at certain points in their menstrual cycle
Female athletes more likely to get injured at certain points in their menstrual cycle
Women Super League footballers have six times more muscle injuries pre-period than during it finds University of Bath study Football players in England's top-tier Women's Super League (WSL) were six times more likely to experience a muscle injury in the days leading up to their period compared to when they were on their period, according to new research from the University of Bath, UCL and St. Mary's University.

Career - Sport - 01.05.2024
Studies in empathy and analytics
Senior James Simon wants to effect change in two ways: by quantifying societal issues and working directly with disadvantaged communities.

Sport - Economics - 29.04.2024
U-M experts explore increasing social responsibility, diversity in professional and college sports

Health - Sport - 22.04.2024
Why you shouldn't be afraid to start running after middle age
Why you shouldn’t be afraid to start running after middle age
Running provides a very good stimulus for bone building cells and can actually help prevent damage and osteoarthritis, explains Professor Alister Hart (UCL Surgery & Interventional Science) in The Conversation.

Sport - 15.04.2024
Expert insight: Tips to improve your NYT Connections game
Expert insight: Tips to improve your NYT Connections game
Puzzle fans are hooked on Connections , the latest word game from the New York Times that launched in June 2023, following the success of Wordle.

Sport - Economics - 15.04.2024
NFL Draft in Detroit: U-M experts available to discuss

Sport - Economics - 29.03.2024
What Ohtani scandal means for his career, fans and team: U-M experts can comment

Sport - Health - 27.03.2024
What’s new in concussion treatment and management
EXPERT Q&A There have been significant changes in the last few years in how concussions are identified and treated.

Sport - Campus - 25.03.2024
Hopkins athletes give back to Baltimore
Hopkins athletes give back to Baltimore

Sport - 21.03.2024
Advertising and social media driving online gambling among young Australians
Advertising and social media driving online gambling among young Australians
Gambling features such as loot boxes in video games and sports betting are the most popular forms of online gambling among young adults in the ACT, with many introduced to it before the age of 18, according to a new study from The Australian National University (ANU).

Sport - Career - 21.03.2024
Batter up (or not): Pro baseball players with longer contracts don’t always work as hard

Health - Sport - 20.03.2024
World-class kinesiology research facility coming to the University of Calgary

Sport - Career - 12.03.2024
Data Science and Athletics Team To Tackle 2024 NFL Big Data Bowl

Sport - Career - 05.03.2024
What Dartmouth basketball’s union vote means for college sports: U-M experts can discuss
EXPERTS ADVISORY The Dartmouth men's basketball team's historic vote to unionize today sounds a death knell for the NCAA's long-standing model of athlete amateurism, which is already on its last legs.

Sport - 22.02.2024
Researchers investigate need for infrastructure at basketball and volleyball clubs
While the Belgian Cats women's basketball team have qualified gloriously for the Olympics in Paris this summer, Flemish clubs are having difficulty training new talent.

Health - Sport - 20.02.2024
Dynamic program keeps students a step ahead

Sport - Career - 14.02.2024
College athlete unions: Would they be effective?

Sport - Health - 12.02.2024
’mind control’ to win international athletics competition
Tech developed at Bath has enabled a cybathlete with spinal injuries to control a computer using brainwaves alone and win the global CYBATHLON Challenge.
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