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Sport - 20.05.2015
Sussex American football coach picks up tips in America
Sussex American football coach picks up tips in America The head coach of the American football club at Sussex wanted to learn more about the sport to help his team improve.

Sport - Law - 27.04.2015
More than just a game: Interactive entertainment and intellectual property law
On 24 April 2015, QMUL's Centre for Commercial Law Studies convened a group of legal experts to consider and examine issues around gaming an intellectual property law.

Sport - 22.04.2015
Liverpool FC Academy players visit the University of Warwick
A squad of academy players from Liverpool Football Club will be getting a taste of University life later this month when they visit the University of Warwick's Politics and International Studies Department (PAIS).

Administration - Sport - 22.04.2015
Concerns over UK government plan to increase participation in school rugby
Government plans to increase participation in rugby within schools fail to take into account data on the serious levels of school rugby-related injury and are happening in the absence of systems for

Sport - 25.03.2015
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running
Sussex wins Varsity for second year running Sussex students retained the Varsity sports cup against local rivals Brighton this weekend, to the delight of a packed home crowd of supporters.

Event - Sport - 30.01.2015
Sussex athletes all set for Stanmer Park
Sussex athletes all set for Stanmer Park
Sussex athletes all set for Stanmer Park The training is almost over and nearly 40 University of Sussex runners are set to race at a national student athletics championships in Stanmer Park tomorrow (31 January).

Sport - 04.12.2014
How stroke survivors could benefit from computer games
Stroke survivors can have "significant" improvement in arm movements after using the Nintendo Wii as physiotherapy according to researchers.

Sport - Event - 04.11.2014

Sport - History / Archeology - 28.10.2014

Health - Sport - 29.09.2014
Behind every great man... the role of women in the lives of the "Football Fans In Training" men
The Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme - a men-only weight loss and healthy living programme delivered in Scottish professional football clubs - has been acclaimed internationally for its success.

Health - Sport - 24.09.2014
Scientist by Day, Ice Hockey Player by Night
Three years ago, Dr Luke Piggott made headlines worldwide when his research using anti-cancer agent TRAIL discovered that the drug knocked out the protein c-FLIP, which gives stem cells their drug resistance. At the time, he was balancing life as a PhD student and a professional ice hockey player with the Cardiff Devils.

Sport - 18.09.2014
Seagulls thank Sussex for use of sports facilities
Seagulls thank Sussex for use of sports facilities
Seagulls thank Sussex for use of sports facilities Following the opening of Brighton and Hove Albion FC's newtraining academy in Lancing, senior executives from the city's football club have gone on

Sport - Administration - 12.09.2014

Sport - 06.08.2014
Academic's signal-boosting app heads to more football stadiums
Academic’s signal-boosting app heads to more football stadiums
Academic's signal-boosting app heads to more football stadiums A smartphone app - developed by a University of Sussex academic - that boosts phone signal in big stadiums is heading to more football grounds around the country.

Sport - Economics - 15.07.2014
Man U deal is ‘good news for Adidas’
15 Jul 2014 Yesterday, Manchester United announced a 10-year contract with Adidas, making it the club's new kit sponsor for a record-breaking minimum 750m.

Sport - History / Archeology - 10.07.2014
From frontiers to football
Press release issued: 10 July 2014 A new book by Dr Matthew Brown of the Department of Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies which presents an alternative history of Latin America is published today.

Sport - 08.07.2014
Nottingham athletes target Commonwealth success
The University of Nottingham will be well represented at this summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with six current and former students selected to compete for their national teams.

Sport - 23.06.2014
Why fear brought down England at the World Cup, says Sussex psychologist
Why fear brought down England at the World Cup, says Sussex psychologist
Why fear brought down England at the World Cup, says Sussex psychologist England are out of the World Cup at the group stage for the first time since 1958, but there is nothing new about this failing to live up to their billing.

Sport - 18.06.2014
Manchester runner represents Team GB for the first time
18 Jun 2014 University of Manchester student Seren Bundy-Davies is competing in the European Team Championships in Germany this weekend.

Sport - Social Sciences - 09.06.2014
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Durham University Expertise
FIFA World Cup 2014 - Durham University Expertise
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Sport - Economics - 14.05.2014
Sports mad Nottingham graduate does what he loves for a living
Film and Cultural Sociology graduate Andrew Whitelaw is hitting the big time in Singapore presenting and producing for the newly established internet radio station Red Card Sports Radio — the f

Event - Sport - 06.05.2014

Sport - 04.04.2014
World’s first database of footballer statues compiled by UK researchers
A database of statues commemorating football's heroes around the world has been compiled by researchers from the University of Sheffield.

Administration - Sport - 01.04.2014
When managers attack: Coaches who care about pundits’ opinions worse at controlling anger
The notoriously short fuses of some sports coaches could be explained by excessive concern with how they will be seen by others, according to new research.

Sport - 01.04.2014
Sussex women's football team win league after winning every game
Sussex women’s football team win league after winning every game
Sussex women's football team win league after winning every game The University of Sussex's women's 1st football team have won their league after winning every game this season.

Event - Sport - 14.03.2014

Health - Sport - 21.02.2014
Footballer James Milner visits Manchester childhood cancer research project
Footballer James Milner visits Manchester childhood cancer research project
21 Feb 2014 Manchester City and England footballer James Milner visited laboratories at The University of Manchester this week to present a 25,000 cheque for a life-saving research study into childhood leukaemia.

Health - Sport - 21.01.2014
Football fans get FFITer and lose weight
The Lancet : A gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered by Scottish Premier League football clubs (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial BMC Public Health: Do weight management programmes delivered at professional football clubs attract and engage high risk men?

Sport - Health - 16.10.2013
5 million for European Football Fans to get Fit
Over 5 million has been awarded to an eleven strong consortium, led by the University of Glasgow, to develop and evaluate a European wide programme to help male football fans become more active, less sedentary and improve their diets in a sustainable way.

Economics - Sport - 07.10.2013
Sports business finds winning formula at University Innovation Park
A business which specialises in arranging overseas sporting programmes for gap year students is going from strength to strength at the University of Nottingham's Innovation Park.

Career - Sport - 25.09.2013
Eliminating ’scary coach’ behaviour to keep kids in sport
Changing coaches' behaviour to give children a more positive experience of playing sport has been found to change children's intentions to drop out of sporting activity, according to sports scientist

Sport - Event - 29.08.2013
Kicking homophobia out
Help to kick homophobia out of football by heading to The University of Nottingham for its annual Football v Homophobia tournament on Saturday 7 September.

Sport - Life Sciences - 21.08.2013
Playing video games can boost brain power
Certain types of video games can help to train the brain to become more agile and improve strategic thinking, according to scientists from Queen Mary University of London and University College London (UCL). The researchers recruited 72 volunteers and measured their 'cognitive flexibility' described as a person's ability to adapt and switch between tasks, and think about multiple ideas at a given time to solve problems.

Health - Sport - 29.07.2013
Researcher awarded ESRC grant to study disease, injury and new medical treatments in elite sport
Sussex researcher awarded ESRC grant to study disease, injury and new medical treatments in elite sport Dr Alex Faulkner of the Centre for Global Health Policy, School of Global Studies has been awar

Sport - 18.07.2013
Silver for Simon in University 'World Cup'
Silver for Simon in University ’World Cup’
18 Jul 2013 Manchester student Simon Richman had to settle for a silver medal as Great Britain's men lost 3-2 to France in extra time in an enthralling football final at the Summer Universiade played at the Rubin Stadium, Kazan.

Sport - 11.07.2013
History graduate inspired future footballers in Africa
History graduate inspired future footballers in Africa
History graduate inspired future footballers in Africa Young footballer Nathan Green's life took a different path when an injury scuppered his chances of playing for Premiership side Liverpool.