News archive 2016-17
On Thursday 23rd November, Sport and Health Science held a speed networking evening in X-Keys, St Luke’s.
Exeter and the East Devon new town of Cranbrook are among 12 areas selected to work on a ground-breaking new approach to tackle inactivity in communities, Sport England has announced.
Protein found in Quorn meat-free foods may be just as good for muscles as animal proteins, new research suggests.
Exeter scientists and alumni spearheaded the science behind Nike’s moonshot to achieve the first sub two-hour marathon, ‘Breaking 2.’
The University of Exeter has teamed up with Exeter Chiefs rugby club to fund a PhD study into the injury risks facing young rugby players.
A single minute of exercise each day is linked to better bone health in women, new research shows.
Playing football can improve bone development in adolescent boys, new research shows.
The man in charge of the record-breaking British Paralympics team is one of a host of sports experts set to offer top tips to Exeter students.
Sport and Health Sciences at the University of Exeter has been recognised as the best course of its kind in the country in the latest influential rankings.
Drinking concentrated blueberry juice improves brain function in older people, according to research by the University of Exeter.
New virtual reality training could help prevent accidents in “safety-critical” industries like the NHS, aviation, the military and nuclear power.
People with cystic fibrosis could benefit from being prescribed personalised exercise plans by healthcare professionals, according to experts at the University of Exeter.
Runners who wear trainers with no cushioning and land on the ball of their foot rather than the heel put significantly less demand on their bodies, new research suggests.
Welcome to a round up of the research news from September 2016 for Sport and Health Sciences.
Welcome to a round up of the research news from July 2016 for Sport and Health Sciences.
A round up of the research news for June 2016 from Sport and Health Sciences.
A consensus statement which includes a University of Exeter researcher says exercise boosts kids’ and young people’s brain power.
New research on the association between psychological variables and pain intensity of delayed onset muscle soreness has won a prestigious national award.
A pioneering new strategic research centre, that will aid health professionals design exercise plans to improve the everyday lives of young people with cystic fibrosis, has been launched.
A University of Exeter academic has demonstrated his internationally-renowned work to improve young people’s health on an award winning children’s medical show.
University of Exeter sports coaches full of pride for silver medal winning alumni Paralympian Crystal Lane
Eight years ago Crystal Lane spent endless hours at the University of Exeter training to become one of the world’s best Paralympic cyclists.
On Friday 15th January 2016 approximately 300 Sport and Health Science students attended a bespoke and unique Careers in Sport day in the Great Hall and Forum Street on the Streatham Campus at the University of Exeter.