The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences has demonstrated that the impact of its research is world-leading, with work on respiratory care in athletes, and sport Mega Events and disability sport scoring 75% in the highest “world leading” category (and 100% in the “world leading” and “internationally excellent” categories).
The School’s overall research quality profile increased considerably from REF2014, with over 85% of our research now assessed as world-leading and internationally excellent.
The School was also assessed to have published over 80% of its research papers in the highest categories.
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The University’s new Sports Clinic has officially opened.
In recognition of Men’s Health Week 2021 (14-20 June) and the need for men all of ages to maintain their health as they age.
Following several recent highly publicised cases of athletes experiencing breathing difficulties, Professor John Dickinson, considers how we all can learn to improve our breathing.
We are pleased to announce that the University has been awarded £1.148 million from the latest Office for Students (OfS) Capital Funding Competition in recognition of our commitment to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).