Professor Mike Weed, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise discusses if sport investment is harming public health.
Dr Mathew Brown and Sam Todd explain how golfers need to work on their partial swing shots if they want to improve their golf.
As the country enjoys England’s success in the World Cup, Keith Saunders in the School of Teacher Education and Development, gives his perspective on teaching and mentoring and asks, are you a Sven or a Gareth?
Academics from Childhood and Education Sciences and Sport and Exercise Science explain why the visibility of women in sport at all levels is essential to inspire females to continue with physical activity.
Phil Hurst and Professor Chris Beedie explain how the placebo effect could be influencing the use of image and performance enhancing drugs.
Professor Mike Weed explores how social media is changing the way we experience live events.
Dr Katie Dray discuss the lack of women in coaching on International Women’s Day.
Alcohol in pregnancy, why absence of evidence for a risk is not the same as evidence for absence of risk
Dr Hayley Mills, Dr Marlize De Vivo and Dr Chris Beedie, all from the Sport and Exercise Sciences programme, respond to yesterday’s news suggesting that women are being unfairly alarmed with regard to consuming alcohol when pregnant.
Dr Mark Uphill and Professor Jan Burns explain how their research could help improve athletes’ mental health.
Dr Chris Beedie explains why scientists should not let criticism and pseudo-science hinder scientific advancements.