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

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

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.

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 - 14.02.2024
Inside UCL now helps you manage your team
Inside UCL now helps you manage your team

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.

Career - Sport - 24.01.2024
New Pro Chancellor

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 - 25.10.2023
Automatic notifications for mandatory training
Automatic notifications for mandatory training

Sport - Social Sciences - 16.10.2023
School pupils to take part in sports and educational workshops at Oxford in community initiative

Sport - 09.10.2023
Library Training and Support Autumn 2023

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 - 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

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

Sport - 30.07.2023
Student swimmer dives into Para World swimming Championships

Sport - 12.07.2023
A level results day 2023, and results embargo
A level results day 2023, and results embargo

Sport - 06.07.2023
Mandatory Training Line Manager Report launched
Mandatory Training Line Manager Report launched

Sport - 04.07.2023
US Ivy League athletes re-start Birmingham's transatlantic sports fixture
US Ivy League athletes re-start Birmingham’s transatlantic sports fixture

Sport - 03.07.2023
SRS compliance Prevent training - Sign up for sessions
SRS compliance Prevent training - Sign up for sessions

Sport - 28.06.2023
Classism, racism and misogyny widespread in cricket, finds report
A new "landmark" report recommending ways to address the ongoing and historic racism, elitism and sexism prevalent in English and Welsh cricket was co-led by a UCL researcher.

Physics - Sport - 23.06.2023
Schoolgirls' weather balloon set to soar to edge of space
Schoolgirls’ weather balloon set to soar to edge of space
University of Bath experts supporting launch to encourage STEM take-up among girls A group of schoolgirls are set to launch a balloon that could reach the edge of space with the help of experts from the University of Bath.

Health - Sport - 19.06.2023
Royal Navy collaborates with University of Southampton to reduce injuries in Service personnel
Royal Navy collaborates with University of Southampton to reduce injuries in Service personnel
A new research project involving the University of Southampton with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines will aim to reduce the number of painful and debilitating musculoskeletal injuries and the long-term burden of those injuries for individual Service personnel.

Sport - Economics - 15.06.2023
Imperial student swims English Channel to raise money for Ukraine
Imperial student swims English Channel to raise money for Ukraine

Innovation - Sport - 14.06.2023
Medicentre is perfect fit for new tenant
Medicentre is perfect fit for new tenant

Campus - Sport - 14.06.2023
Commemoration Day 2023
Commemoration Day 2023

Health - Sport - 13.06.2023
Royal Navy - University of Bath collaboration to reduce injuries in Service personnel
The programme will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and design and implement strategies to reduce the health burden impacting Navy Sailors and Royal Marines.

Social Sciences - Sport - 05.06.2023
Celebrating the Visionaries of Change at the Social Enterprise Discovery Bootcamp!

Sport - 02.06.2023
Opinion: Why I won't take my young Black son to a European soccer game
Opinion: Why I won’t take my young Black son to a European soccer game

Sport - 23.05.2023
Innovation in Sport event comes to Bath
Innovation in Sport event comes to Bath

Sport - 17.04.2023
Analysis: The downside of success? It can lead to failure
Analysis: The downside of success? It can lead to failure

Sport - 11.04.2023
Students and staff can now access BFI Player and stream hundreds of films for free!

Sport - Health - 27.03.2023
National network launches aiming to dramatically reduce concussions in youth and community sport
The UK Concussion Prevention Network will be officially launched at an event in Bath on Monday 27 March.

Research Management - Sport - 21.03.2023
Success continues for University of Birmingham in global rankings
Success continues for University of Birmingham in global rankings

Sport - Health - 16.03.2023
Podium Analytics teams up with Bath to tackle growth and maturation challenges in youth sport
Podium Analytics teams up with Bath to tackle growth and maturation challenges in youth sport

Sport - 02.03.2023
New mandatory training course launching for all UCL staff
New mandatory training course launching for all UCL staff

Health - Sport - 01.03.2023
Daily 11 minute brisk walk enough to reduce risk of early death
Daily 11 minute brisk walk enough to reduce risk of early death
One in ten early deaths could be prevented if everyone managed at least half the recommended level of physical activity, say a team led by researchers at the University of Cambridge.

Sport - Campus - 08.02.2023
Imperial marks the launch of the Physical Activity & Sport Strategy

Sport - 23.01.2023
Supporting staff through reasonable adjustments: Training for Line Managers
Supporting staff through reasonable adjustments: Training for Line Managers

Campus - Sport - 10.01.2023
Transforming student life at UCL 
Transforming student life at UCL 

Sport - 19.12.2022
World Cup 2022: who won the prize for ’soft power’

Innovation - Sport - 19.12.2022
Real money and support for virtual worlds
Real money and support for virtual worlds

Sport - Campus - 09.12.2022
University and community sport kicks off at re-developed site in East Cardiff
University and community sport kicks off at re-developed site in East Cardiff

Sport - 07.12.2022
Apply now to become a 2023 Laidlaw Scholar
Apply now to become a 2023 Laidlaw Scholar

Sport - 25.11.2022
Contraflow cycling does not increase crash rate
Allowing cycling in both directions on one-way streets does not pose a safety risk and should be made mandatory in all but exceptional cases, according to a new study by Leeds researchers. In the first large-scale research of its kind, crashes were examined on more than 500 streets over 22 years in London, both before and after contraflow cycling was introduced, and it was found that it did not increase cyclist crash or casualty rates.

Sport - 17.11.2022
Cambridge Dictionary names 'homer' Word of the Year 2022
Cambridge Dictionary names ’homer’ Word of the Year 2022

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.

Health - Sport - 28.10.2022
Bath and Edinburgh to lead International Olympic Committee Research Centre
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