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Sport - Psychology - 28.11.2022

Mathematics - Sport - 14.11.2022
Statistics: Brazil is the clear favourite going into the FIFA World Cup
Statistics: Brazil is the clear favourite going into the FIFA World Cup
After being eliminated in the quarter-finals four years ago, the Brazilian national team is once again the clear favourite to win the FIFA World Cup.

Sport - 11.11.2022
In search of the perfect match schedule
In search of the perfect match schedule
The doctoral thesis of Roel Lambers has already become a manual for match schedulers. Sports and competition are inextricably linked.

Career - Sport - 11.11.2022
Study highlights open goal of using sport to tackle youth unemployment
Study highlights open goal of using sport to tackle youth unemployment
New research shows how targeted sport for employability programmes in under-served communities are playing a key role in the face of the cost-of-living crisis.

Sport - Health - 07.11.2022

Health - Sport - 01.11.2022
Charles Perkins Centre’s decade of discovery
Over 10 years, the Charles Perkins Centre has made significant inroads in the fight against chronic diseases, such as diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease.

Health - Sport - 26.10.2022
Cycle-to-work project gets more office staff on their bikes
A ground-breaking project, developed to increase cycling to work amongst office staff, resulted in participants spending 150 minutes less time per week using their car, according to new published research. The details of the Cycle Nation Project (CNP) - led by the University of Glasgow in collaboration with British Cycling and HSBC UK and published today in Frontiers in Sports and Active Living - demonstrates a successful workplace-based intervention to increase bike use among office staff, with workers cycling three times more per week on average.

Sport - Politics - 21.10.2022
Analysis: Why Ireland’s women footballers are under fire for singing after their historic win
After qualifying for the world cup, the Irish Women's football team sparked controversy for singing a supposedly pro-IRA song.

Sport - Computer Science - 17.10.2022
The science of strength: How data analytics is transforming college basketball
Adam Petway, strength and conditioning coach for the University of Louisville, is using his MIT Professional Education training to improve player performance off the court.

Health - Sport - 30.09.2022
Team up with Royal United Hospital to tackle heart disease
Team up with Royal United Hospital to tackle heart disease
A collaborative project led by the RUH is spearing a new innovative lifestyle intervention Super Rehab to save lives and reduce hospital procedures. A pioneering new approach to tackle heart disease using a pre-emptive, lifestyle, and behaviour change programme is being trialled by a research team from the Royal United Hospital (RUH) Bath NHS Foundation Trust with academics at the University of Bath.

Sport - 08.09.2022
Sport didactics explained simply
At HU shows explanatory videos on sports didactic basics. In an interview, Dr. Ahmet Derecik reports on how this project came about and what the goal of the videos is.

Sport - Innovation - 02.09.2022
Find school-life balance this fall
There's no shortage of ways to get involved By Jennifer Halcrow UWaterloolife Team Your university experience extends beyond the classroom.

Sport - Health - 01.09.2022
Why are some athletes injury prone? Timothy Burkhart’s research could offer clues
From each according to their abilities, to each according to their knees - and hips. Timothy Burkhart's biomechanical research aims to help prevent injuries and rehab them quickly when they do happen - in varsity athletes and the rest of us.

Environment - Sport - 25.08.2022
World’s first green football club is moving the goal posts of what is expected from sporting institutions
A League One football club is having a local and global impact on sustainability, research from Cardiff University concludes.

Sport - 19.08.2022
Meet the researchers hoping to give you a taste for exercise - with Tai chi snacking
Meet the researchers hoping to give you a taste for exercise - with Tai chi snacking
Health researchers at Bath need volunteers aged over 65 to take part in a new Tai chi exercise study. University of Bath researchers want people aged 65 and over to come forward to take part in a new study exploring how home-based -exercise snacking- could help us improve physical function, and maintain balance and muscle strength as we age.

Sport - 17.08.2022
Why some pro hockey players don't seek help even when they need it
Why some pro hockey players don’t seek help even when they need it
Arts & Humanities Collins Maina A new UBC study highlights that help-seeking behaviours in professional men's ice-hockey is heavily impacted by cultural and systemic factors. Katie Crawford, who completed the study as part of her master's degree in UBC's school of kinesiology, has always had some insight on the high and low points of the profession.

Sport - Health - 10.08.2022
High school athletes in contact sports more likely to misuse prescription stimulants throughout their 20s
Study: The initiation and developmental course of prescription drug misuse among high school athletes during the transition through young adulthood High school seniors who play contact sports are roughly 50% more likely to misuse prescription stimulants in the next decade after graduation, compared to those who do not participate in these types of sports, a new University of Michigan study found.

Sport - Career - 25.07.2022

Veterinary - Sport - 25.07.2022
AWSE success at Post graduate research day
AWSE success at Post graduate research day
On the 8th of June 2022, RVC held it's annual post graduate research day at our Hawkshead Campus. Post graduates across the college showed off the hard work they are putting into their varying projects with impacts statements, presentations and posters. Our Animal Welfare Science and Ethics students represented the group fantastically, bringing home some awards too, listed below.

Sport - 12.07.2022

Sport - Architecture - 11.07.2022
Value of cycling lanes in the eye of the beholder
Despite a growing body of research that shows the addition of cycling lanes in a neighbourhood positively correlates with increases in residential property values, the public perception of this value varies dramatically by neighbourhood type.

Sport - 11.07.2022
Sprinting, swerving and weaving is a matter of agility
Sprinting, swerving and weaving is a matter of agility
Summer series - Master's project. Soccer, tennis, skiing and many other sports involve changes of direction. For these athletes, performance hinges on speed and agility. Anything but running straight toward the goal! EPFL student Celestin Vallat has just completed his Master's project in mechanical engineering.

Innovation - Sport - 23.06.2022
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