Nutrition and sport and exercise

University of Brighton Declares Business as Usual in The Gambia

Since 2007 the University of Brighton has had a successful association with the Gambian tourism industry. Over the years we have worked with a number of local stakeholders on initiatives aimed at local capacity building and policy making for the enhancement of sustainable tourism development and management. We have collaboratively worked with local research partners…

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Project Pinnacle

The English Institute of Sport (EIS) and British Athletics are embarking on an innovative research partnership, Project Pinnacle, which will provide top endurance coaches and athletes with findings to improve elements of their training and competitive strategies, in a bid to maximise performance.

A new sports research centre and a new professor

A new sports research centre will be officially opened tonight at the University of Brighton’s Eastbourne campus: the centre for sport and exercise science and medicine (known as SESAME).

Inaugural Lecture from Professor Yannis Pitsiladis

Next generation anti-doping: a fairer future for world-class sport Yannis Pitsiladis Professor of Sport and Exercise Science Thursday 13 November 2014 at 6.30pm Hillbrow 129 Denton Road Eastbourne BN20 7SR All welcome. Free event but you must register in advance. Light refreshments will be served after the lecture. Find out more and book your place

University academic to speak in Washington

A University of Brighton academic is to speak to the World Bank in Washington DC on ways to boost tourism in post-conflict countries.

London Olympic volunteers were not the only ones with spirit

Reasons for the success behind the 70,000 volunteers at the 2012 Olympic Games were not unique, according to new research by School of Sport and Service Management principal lecturer Dr Angela Benson. Read the full story on the University of Brighton website.

Racism in football

Principal lecturer, Dr Daniel Burdsey’s paper on two significant incidents of racism from the 2011–2012 English Premier League football season has recently been published. Read more…

Keynote by Professor Yannis Pitsiladis

Professor Yannis Pitsiladis, Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at the School of Sport and Service Management, and Director of the SESAME research group, attended and presented a keynote lecture at the Athletes of the Future, 1st International Congress.

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