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Sport - Campus - 03.02.2022

Event - Sport - 03.02.2022

Sport - Health - 03.02.2022

Health - Sport - 02.02.2022
Just Move becomes bigger, greener and more sustainable
VUB and UZ Brussel rehabilitation project for cancer patients expands thanks to Basic-Fit Delivery of machines: Wednesday 2 February, 13.

Sport - 31.01.2022
The Mind’s Edge
Professor David Creswell and Olympian Apolo Ohno share how mindfulness training helps athletes and others This February, the world's top athletes will gather in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics, striving to surpass what's possible in human performance.

Sport - 26.01.2022
Further participants requested for study on what makes ’brain training’ successful?
As part of her PhD study (supervised by Dr Gorana Pobric, Dr Laura Brown and Dr Jason Taylor), Samantha Booth is looking for individuals to take part in a study investigating the determinants of 'brain training' success.

Sport - Politics - 26.01.2022
Expert insights: The International Olympic Committee’s track record on human rights
The International Olympic Committee's (IOC) position on refugees is contradictory and confusing. The organization has its own Refugee Team competing at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.

Sport - Environment - 18.01.2022
Climate change threatens future Winter Olympics
Returning to in-person experiences in February: for more information.

Sport - 17.01.2022
Beijing 2022: presenting our Winter Olympics experts
From Feb. 4 to 20, the 24th Winter Games in China will raise a number of issues in the media for our experts to discuss, from sports performance to security to political developments.

Life Sciences - Sport - 04.01.2022
Expert insights: How exercise can curb your junk food craving
Every January, millions of individuals make New Year's resolutions to lose weight or eat healthier, if not both.

Campus - Sport - 09.12.2021

Sport - Health - 02.12.2021
’I left Waterloo with the keys to my life’
Murray Shaw (BSc '66, PhD '71) was a passionate student-athlete and biochemistry student. Decades later, he leaned on those interests in his battle with cancer.

Campus - Sport - 11.11.2021

Sport - Psychology - 11.11.2021
Athletes with a pre-performance routine perform better
Athletes with a pre-performance routine perform better
The use of a routine before performance provides substantial advantage in sports Many great athletes have a routine they do right before they perform.

Sport - Research Management - 10.11.2021
PFA Scotland is backing research into the causes of dementia in football players
PFA Scotland is backing a research programme into the causes of dementia in football players.

Sport - Social Sciences - 10.11.2021
Could counselling for footballers change off-field behaviour?
Could counselling for footballers change off-field behaviour?
Chair of Social Work Professor Jioji Ravulo has spent eight years counselling rugby league players about their off-field behaviours.

Sport - Innovation - 08.11.2021
Innovation at the intersection of research and athletics
Computer science PhD candidate and pro squash player Cameron Seth sparks entrepreneurship with SethSquash platform As a graduate student in the Cheriton School of Computer Science, Cameron Seth studies graph theory algorithms and complexity theory.

Sport - Economics / Business - 05.11.2021

Pedagogy - Sport - 29.10.2021

Health - Sport - 07.10.2021

Health - Sport - 06.10.2021
World-first research project to get kids running to better health
World-first research project to get kids running to better health
A landmark research project led by The University of Queensland is aiming to improve the cardiovascular health of young children with cerebral palsy (CP) by trialling a new running program.

Sport - 06.10.2021

Health - Sport - 30.09.2021
New Scoliosis Procedure Helps One-Time Olympic Hopeful Compete Again
In 1980, Michele Pease-Downey's dream was to qualify for the U.S. Olympic swimming team.

Sport - 14.09.2021
Researches social value of Paralympic Games
Belgians proud of Paralympic medals and consider Paralympians role models for everyone The Belgian population believes that the Paralympic Games and performances are important and should be given att

Sport - 02.09.2021
Tactile holograms are a touch of future tech
A piece of science fiction technology could be one step closer to reality with a new development in haptic holograms. The idea of haptic, or touchable, holograms is familiar to millions from its appearance in sci-fi favourites like Star Trek's holodeck, where characters can interact with solid-seeming computer simulations of people, objects and places.