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REF2014 Results – UoA26: Sport and Exercise Sciences, Leisure and Tourism

REF2014 Results – UoA26: Sport and Exercise Sciences, Leisure and Tourism

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The Centre is pleased to announce its excellent performance in the Research Excellence Framework (REF)
CHAPS student wins King's 2014 Tadion- Rideal Prize

CHAPS student wins King's 2014 Tadion- Rideal Prize

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The Tadion- Rideal prize for 2014 has been awarded to Chibeza Agley from the Centre of Human and Aerospace Physiological Sciences (CHAPS).
Breathing easy in space: new device to monitor lung function

Breathing easy in space: new device to monitor lung function

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A new method of collecting blood from the ear, currently part of an interactive exhibition at the Science Museum, could be used to monitor lung function in space. Less invasive, faster and more accurate than current methods, the technique could also be used here on Earth by asthma sufferers.
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CHAPS Seminar: Dr Dylan Morrissey

CHAPS Seminar: Dr Dylan Morrissey

Date
4 Mar 2015
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Dr Dylan Morrissey presents 'Low density, high surface area sEMG – is there any point?' as part of the Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences Seminar Series.
CHAPS Seminar: Dr Nicholas Place

CHAPS Seminar: Dr Nicholas Place

Date
11 Mar 2015
Description
Dr Nicholas Place presents 'Muscle fatigue: a translational approach' as part of the Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences Seminar Series.
CHAPS Seminar: Dr Carolyn Greig

CHAPS Seminar: Dr Carolyn Greig

Date
18 Mar 2015
Description
Dr Carolyn Greig presents 'Responsiveness of older muscle to resistance exercise and protein supplementation' as part of the Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences Seminar Series.
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