Archive for the ‘Sport & Exercise Science’ Category

Find out how to promote your research with The Conversation

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Sports Performance Conference raises the bar

The conference had a unique design which enabled the 200 delegates to view multiple perspectives and understand how research is conducted, applied and even experienced by scientists, practitioners and athletes.

New scrum technique makes Rugby World Cup safer for players

Drs Grant Trewartha and Keith Stokes (Department for Health) write for The Conversation.

World Rugby Conference on campus

We're hosting a major conference on scientific and medical aspects of the sport in advance of the World Cup

New study reveals challenges of texting while walking

What is the impact of texting while walking - the latest study from our Health researchers sought to find the answers.

Eco-friendly golf: is the grass greener on the other course?

Brad Millington (Department for Health) has co-authored an article for The Conversation.

World Rugby Conference on campus

We will host major conference on scientific and medical aspects of the sport in advance of World Cup

Social media is changing how we talk about women’s football

Emma Rich, a Reader in our Department for Health, writes for The Conversation.

Sports Scientist scores top job at Manchester City

Jonathan Woodhouse, graduating today in Sport & Exercise Science, will take up a new, exciting role at Manchester City FC this summer.

Gorging allowed – but just for one week!

New health study looking to recruit men, aged 18-40, to overeat for a week!

Optimum style for running a marathon

Ahead of this weekend's London Marathon, Dr Polly McGuigan shares some of her findings

Award for Health researcher

Dr Rachel Arnold has been recognised by the British Psychological Society

British Psychological Society award for Health researcher

Dr Rachel Arnold in our Department for Health has been recognised by the British Psychological Society.

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Wheelchair users get active with DASH

Researchers from the Centre for DisAbility Sport Health develop new ways to be more physically active.

'This Girl Can' campaign is all about sexiness, not sport

Professor Simone Fullagar and Dr Jessica Francombe-Webb discuss Sport England's new promotional campaign in The Conversation.

‘Big Brother’ surveillance in elite sport

An article by Andrew Manley and Shaun Williams (Department for Health) has been published in The Conversation

Made in Bath

Over 900 students will receive their degrees at this year’s winter graduation ceremonies at The Assembly Rooms.

How social scientists can engage the popular press: 27 Nov

A lunchtime workshop for research staff in Humanities & Social Sciences.

Talented student athletes receive scholarships

An array of talented young student athletes from across 12 sports have been awarded University of Bath scholarships.