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Sport - Microtechnics - 10.07.2024
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible
Why smart robots should be as lazy as possible

Sport - Innovation - 21.06.2024
TU Delft presents faster and safer suit for kiter Annelous Lammerts
For the first time, kitesurfing is on the Olympic Games programme, with the Dutch Annelous Lammerts as one of the top participants.

Event - Sport - 08.04.2024
KINTalk with Agaath Doeleman: Combining data and expert opinion in elite sport

Sport - 15.01.2024
Leadership in Sport - new education programme for CSR managers
Leadership in Sport - new education programme for CSR managers

Sport - Campus - 20.12.2023
Resilience Reflection #20: The darker side of sports
In this week's issue of  Resilience Reflections ,  Marleen Haandriksman Nicolette Schipper-van Veldhoven demonstrate how the perceived power of the sports industry leaves athletes open to exploitation and abusive behaviour.

Sport - Health - 12.12.2023
2023 Hermesdorf Awards go to Platform Diversity in Sex and Gender and to Paul Reef

Sport - 30.11.2023
Eindhoven student associations to collectively reduce alcohol consumption
Eindhoven student associations to collectively reduce alcohol consumption

Sport - 07.11.2023
Exploration into feasibility redevelopment Sport

Sport - 16.10.2023
Why regular exercise is so incredibly important!
Why regular exercise is so incredibly important!

Sport - 11.09.2023
Undermining in amateur football: a gradual process
Amateur football clubs are vulnerable to (criminal) interference. The influence of, say, a major sponsor can be undermining if this sponsor makes certain demands, or if the club is too dependent on that one sponsor.

Sport - 09.07.2023
Soccer robots again world champion and defend title at home next year
Soccer robots again world champion and defend title at home next year

Earth Sciences - Sport - 28.06.2023
Geology of the Tour de France and the Tour de France Femmes: Earth science meets cycling
Geology of the Tour de France and the Tour de France Femmes: Earth science meets cycling
The Grand Départ is scheduled for 1 July, but the preparations for this year's Tour de France started more than 400 million years ago, when the rocks of the Central Massif and the Vosges Mountains were formed.

Earth Sciences - Sport - 13.04.2023
Geology of the Amstel Gold Race: for cycling commentators and their audience
Geology of the Amstel Gold Race: for cycling commentators and their audience

Sport - 22.03.2023
Top sport alongside study - cyclist Jordan Habets

Sport - 08.03.2023
Research Document on Sex, Gender and Inclusion in Elite Sport
17:49 Publication The 23rd of February, this meta-study for the Dutch Olympic Committee * Sports Federation (NOC*NSF) on evidence-based research into the correlation between sex, gender and sport, was launched by NOC*NSF.

Sport - 06.03.2023
Top athlete #2: swimmer Judith Houtvast

Sport - 16.02.2023
Top sport alongside study

Sport - 26.01.2023
Cycling fever in the Netherlands: ambitions and returns of the Vuelta
Cycling fever in the Netherlands: ambitions and returns of the Vuelta

Sport - 02.01.2023
Workout in the morning or afternoon?

Sport - 22.12.2022
Etnic Sorting in football
Sports clubs and certainly amateur football clubs have become increasingly diverse in terms of ethnic composition in recent decades.

Sport - 19.12.2022
’Most major sponsors will judge positively on the World Cup football’

Career - Sport - 29.11.2022
Unusual careers: an interview with alumn Robbie Servais

Sport - Earth Sciences - 11.11.2022
NWA grant for two Geosciences public engagement initiatives

Sport - 11.11.2022
In search of the perfect match schedule
In search of the perfect match schedule
The doctoral thesis of Roel Lambers has already become a manual for match schedulers. Sports and competition are inextricably linked.

Campus - Sport - 13.10.2022
Here again: Open Days at University of Twente’s campus

Sport - Event - 30.09.2022
Sports Building Erasmus University Rotterdam sportily opened
Sports Building Erasmus University Rotterdam sportily opened

Sport - 15.08.2022
UT team looks forward to Tour for Life experience: we’re not doing it because it’s easy, but because it’s hard

Sport - Social Sciences - 15.08.2022
Frank van Eekeren appointed as professor in Sport & Society

Health - Sport - 13.06.2022
From anti-obesity campaigns to body positivity: the cacophony of lifestyle advice
From anti-obesity campaigns to body positivity: the cacophony of lifestyle advice

Sport - Economics - 26.01.2022
Does bias play a role in judging Olympic events?
When we think of the athletes who appear in the next Olympic Games, we like to believe that talent and effort are the only factors that are going to determine their sports performance.