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Last week, under the guiding wisdom of our colleague, Dan James, the inaugural Science and Sport Meets Parliament. This was a Queensland government initiative. Charles Darwin University PhD candidate, Sam Gleadhill represented the university – the only non QLD based … Continue reading
Here is an interesting article from the ABC news website where it is now said that the skeletal remains from the early hominid, “Lucy” died after falling from a tree. The article is a little bit timely for CDU Funky … Continue reading
Here are the publications from the conference (the next blog down). The Journal of Fitness Research is a fast growing journal and a perfect journal to bring the conference’s theme of sport, technology, and innovation.
Here is a blog from our friends at Sports Technology about today’s Research and Innovation in Sports Technology. Jim’s Sports Lab is proud to have been actively involved with a sponsored award for the best student poster. Rex Whiticker was … Continue reading
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David and Hugo announcing the ISEA 2018 Sports Engineering conference in Delft to ISEA members and delegates (Photo J. Shepherd) We are super excited to announce the ISEA2018 Sports Engineering conference will be hosted in…
It looks like an interesting article tonight on ABCtv’s 4Corners. Leading into the Olympics and a comprehensive coverage of the drugs issue – from all angles. Here is a link to the ABCnews article that introduces the tv program.
For those who cannot make it to Sam’s presentation at either CDU or GU, here is a link the the stream I am not sure how it is set up, but it may not be available until 15 mins before the … Continue reading
Physiolytics and Jim’s Sports Lab team member, Sam Gleadhill is presenting his PhD confirmation of candidature this Friday (24 June). For anyone interested at CDU, please come to Red6 Room 1.01 for a 9.30 start. Griffith attendees, please go to … Continue reading