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Ghent University in collaboration with Mizuno about the concept of ‘grounded running’
Get to know our Victoris member Prof. Veerle Segers!
Compression shorts and its influence on recovery
Welcome in the Victoris team, Prof. Christophe Ley!
Music-based biofeedback system for lower impact running
The ‘Sports Tech Research Network’ (STRN) initiative, what are the latest insights?
New Innovation Officer Celine Vanhaverbeke started on ‘Smart Microsystems for Sports- & MedTech’
Muscle fibre typology and the individual responses to training – Part II
How is different muscle fibre typology a factor to explain variable responses to training?
Talent Identification in sports: a brief introduction by Hylyght.
PACE yourself during exercise by real-time monitoring of your energetic balance.
How to improve motivational teaching and coaching with the help of video?
Ghent University is seeking an Innovation Officer ‘Smart Microsystems for Sports- & MedTech’.
New Sports Tech Research Network facilitates R&D and Technology Transfer on a global level.
Youth sport talent detection & identification. Why you should have a look at Ghent University’s products & services.
Nano4Sports project end-results summarized in nice new (online) magazine
Is bike fitting suffering from expert subjectivity?
Smart cycling outfit prevents back pain in riders
Research on novel performance-enhancing supplement awarded at the latest European Congress of Sport Science
Successful round of sportstech related Industrial Research Funding at Ghent University
Exoligamentz is launching a short survey!
3D body visualization tool motivates users to live a healthy life
Cycling tool improves performance and makes cycling a social experience
Sports Tech Summit stimulates knowledge exchange and development of innovations in sports
‘Grounded running’ drastically reduces the loading on the musculoskeletal system
The European Sport Ecosystem. Sports Tech Transfer and R&D Summit
On the 2nd series of SportTechie Belgium Meetups
Two Ghent University presentations during 3rd Science and Engineering Conference on Sports Innovation
The Sportstech Initiation Framework
Overview of the Benelux SportsTech landscape
Rethinking sports technology: psyche over science
Team Derave’s Muscle Talent Scan presented and applied in elite sports settings worldwide
Fujitsu is making a robot to judge Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics
From customized shoes to interactive gaming, Nike scores with record high in patent grants in 2016
What can we learn from Strava?
What happens at the Sport Science Laboratory – Jacques Rogge?
Validating sports tech for the Olympics
Gillette World Sport at Sport Science Laboratory – Jacques Rogge
UGent sports lab unites science and athletics
Muscle talent scan project analyzes athlete’s genetic potential