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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.

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.

Sport - 09.02.2024
MIT junior Justin Yu crashes ’Tetris,’ with thanks to the game’s recent ’space race’

Sport - 08.02.2024
CMU Basketball Team Honors ’Secret Game’ of 1944

Sport - 05.02.2024
Training seniors to detect fake news, an initiative of the FLECSLAB project by EUTOPIA at UPF

Sport - Career - 01.02.2024
Dan Wodicka named head coach
Dan Wodicka named head coach

Health - Sport - 31.01.2024
Weight training can improve heart disease risk factors in just 30 minutes a week
Statement: Resistance Exercise Training in Individuals With and Without Cardiovascular Disease: 2023 Update: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association A recent scientific statement f

Sport - 23.01.2024
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Everyone knows working out can be great for your physical well-being, but research shows it can have a huge impact on mental and social well-being, too.

Sport - Health - 19.01.2024
Getfit, MIT Health’s winter exercise challenge, turns 20 in 2024

Sport - Social Sciences - 10.01.2024
Reconciliation and cross-culture relationship building through hockey

Sport - 05.01.2024
Husky football players take their skills from the field to the classroom and beyond

Health - Sport - 03.01.2024
Landmark cerebral palsy study reveals benefits of exercise
Landmark cerebral palsy study reveals benefits of exercise
Children with cerebral palsy (CP) have reported significant gains in cardiovascular fitness and mobility after taking part in a landmark research project led by The University of Queensland.

Sport - Campus - 20.12.2023
Resilience Reflection #20: The darker side of sports
In this week's issue ofá Resilience Reflections ,á Marleen Haandriksman Nicolette Schipper-van Veldhoven demonstrate how the perceived power of the sports industry leaves athletes open to exploitation and abusive behaviour.

Environment - Sport - 19.12.2023
Will we be able to ski in a +2░C world?
The climate is getting warmer, and snow supply risk to snow tourism is growing. Can snowmaking be a solution?

Health - Sport - 14.12.2023
How an NHL player inspired a better spinal implant design

Health - Sport - 14.12.2023
2.009 gets ’Wild!’
Six teams of mechanical engineering students pitched "wild" products during the annual capstone course prototype launch event.

Sport - Health - 12.12.2023
2023 Hermesdorf Awards go to Platform Diversity in Sex and Gender and to Paul Reef

Sport - Innovation - 07.12.2023
Student developing way for the blind to play ping pong using sound
Student developing way for the blind to play ping pong using sound
A University of Sydney Engineering Honours student is developing technology to allow people with low vision and blindness to play ping pong using sound.

Sport - Health - 05.12.2023
Sleep experts, physicians address effects of increased travel on student-athletes, offer recommendations
With several university athletic programs around the country - including the University of Washington -áannouncing moves to new conferences that will likely increase travel for student-athletes, a gr

Health - Sport - 04.12.2023
This chef landed his dream job, but it's not in a restaurant
This chef landed his dream job, but it’s not in a restaurant

Sport - 30.11.2023
Eindhoven student associations to collectively reduce alcohol consumption
Eindhoven student associations to collectively reduce alcohol consumption

Sport - Health - 29.11.2023
Playing defense against concussions
Playing defense against concussions
Johns Hopkins football player Carter Hogg creates device to reduce risk of concussion Carter Hogg remembers the scary football hits.

Sport - Campus - 22.11.2023
Liberty Ladd: Going above and beyond
Liberty Ladd: Going above and beyond

Sport - 20.11.2023
The importance of moral support on performance
The importance of moral support on performance
Can moral support drive us to perform at our best? Using a unique case in football, Professor Fabrizio Colella's research shows how moral support from fans can profoundly affect footballers' performance. Moral support is a crucial aspect of our daily interactions, but there is little scientific evidence of its impact on behaviour and productivity.

Sport - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
Most valuable program
Most valuable program

Sport - 06.11.2023
Majority of non-binary youth avoid team sports due to discrimination, barriers, SFU study finds
Non-binary youth face immense barriers and discrimination preventing them from participating in team sports, according to a new study from Simon Fraser University.

Sport - 27.10.2023
MIT’s Justin Yu wins Classic Tetris World Championship

Health - Sport - 25.10.2023
Most forms of exercise are overwhelmingly safe - but don't ignore the dangers
Most forms of exercise are overwhelmingly safe - but don’t ignore the dangers
The risk of serious injury from most exercise is astonishingly small, according to the results of a five-year study by researchers at the University of Bath.

Sport - Health - 25.10.2023
Concussion care: Getting high school athletes back to the sports they love
PAW PAW-Catherine Vick back spotted a flyer in cheer practice last fall when she felt the girl's elbow strike her head.

Sport - 20.10.2023
University of Freiburg can now be seen at the SC Freiburg stadium
University of Freiburg can now be seen at the SC Freiburg stadium
Helmut Laaff transfers his communication rights with the Bundesliga club to the University Starting with SC Freiburg's next home match against VfL Bochum (on Saturday, 21 October 2023), the Universit

Computer Science - Sport - 17.10.2023
Q&A: Researchers aim to improve accessibility with augmented reality
Https://uw-s3-cdn.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2023/10/16101249/Updated-RASSAR-Video-With-Titles.mp4 Big Tech's race into augmented reality (AR) grows more competitive by the day.

Sport - Social Sciences - 06.10.2023
UQ partners with Indigenous NBA star on game-changing program
UQ partners with Indigenous NBA star on game-changing program

Astronomy / Space - Sport - 06.10.2023
School pupils successfully reach the edge of space with double weather balloon launch
School pupils successfully reach the edge of space with double weather balloon launch
Croydon High School for Girls Astrogazers club completes 'Mission Aspiration' launches with help from the University of Bath, encouraging STEM participation.

Sport - Mathematics - 05.10.2023
Hopkins alums help O's take flight
Hopkins alums help O’s take flight

Sport - Innovation - 25.09.2023
Game-changing insights using 5G technologies
Waterloo and Rogers partnership could redefine real-time hockey analytics By Jordan Flemming University Relations In a unique collaboration, the University of Waterloo and Rogers Communications are joining forces to revolutionize the world of hockey analytics using 5G technology.

Campus - Sport - 21.09.2023
U-M parents give $20M to advance new center for recreation and well-being

Health - Sport - 19.09.2023
U-M, Samsung team up to bring advanced smartwatch tech to runners

Sport - Criminology / Forensics - 12.09.2023
World Cup kiss scandal shows allyship in sport has come a long way, but there’s much room to grow
FACULTY Q&A Royal Spanish Football Federation President Luis Rubiales resigned Sunday, weeks after being accused of forcibly kissing World Cup-winning player Jenni Hermoso at the Aug.

Sport - 11.09.2023
Undermining in amateur football: a gradual process
Amateur football clubs are vulnerable to (criminal) interference. The influence of, say, a major sponsor can be undermining if this sponsor makes certain demands, or if the club is too dependent on that one sponsor.

Sport - Environment - 05.09.2023
'Future of Rugby' report uncovers rugby's social impact around the world
’Future of Rugby’ report uncovers rugby’s social impact around the world
As France prepares to host the Rugby World Cup 2023, a new University of Bath - Mastercard report highlights ways in which the sport is a global force for good.

Sport - Campus - 16.08.2023
University of Birmingham hosts 2023 IBSA World Games
University of Birmingham hosts 2023 IBSA World Games

Sport - 07.08.2023
Remembering Stephen Goldman, ’an institution’ at MIT

Health - Sport - 04.08.2023
Bath sports scientist wins international awards for research into women’s ACL injury

Sport - Innovation - 03.08.2023
Tennis anyone? Researchers serve up advances in developing motion simulation technology’s next generation
SFU computing science assistant professor Jason Peng is leading a research team that is raising motion simulation technology to the next level-and using the game of tennis to showcase just how real virtual athletes- moves can be.

Sport - 26.07.2023
Engineering student qualifies for 2023 CrossFit Games
Jack Farlow balances academics and CrossFit as the only student competitor By Jordan Flemming University Relations Jack Farlow, a second-year engineering student at the University of Waterloo has achieved a remarkable feat by qualifying for the 2023 CrossFit Games.

Sport - 21.07.2023
Training SUL SUL DU-LCF news: 1st semester

Sport - 20.07.2023
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Where will the women’s professional game go from here?
EXPERT ANALYSIS As the FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand sees the game at heights of popularity unimaginable even 10 years ago, University of Michigan professor Andrei Markovits , a

Sport - Campus - 19.07.2023
VUB coaches 119 top student athletes in 30 study domains
VUB coaches 119 top student athletes in 30 study domains
During the 2022-2023 academic year, 119 top athletes and followed a flexible study path at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

Sport - 19.07.2023
How can I gain international experience?
How can I gain international experience?
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