Category Archives: International

Sensors embedded in sports equipment could provide real-time analytics to smartphone

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Summary:In an effort to make big data analytics more accessible for the sports industry, researchers have utilized IoT devices — low-cost sensors and radios — that can be embedded into sports equipment (e.g., balls, rackets, and shoes), as well as in wearable devices.

Sports analytics — tracking how fast the ball is moving or how players… Read More

Study upsets beliefs about feelings and exercise probability in Teens

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Summary:A pilot study tracking adolescents’ internal psychological states and physical activity in near real-time challenges prevailing assumptions about how to increase physical activity.

A pilot study tracking adolescents’ internal psychological states around engaging in physical activity suggests that prevailing assumptions about… Read More

Using an air conditioner in summer may affect sleep quality

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Summary:Using an air conditioner helps people sleep better on sweltering nights. However, researchers found that when airflow is directed at a human body, even at an insensible velocity, it impacts on sleep conditions causing sleeping positions and affects the depth of sleep.

A study by a joint research team including professor Kazuyo Tsuzuki of Toyohashi… Read More

HAL and SAAB sign technology transfer contract


Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s (HAL’s) Avionics Division and Saab subsidiary Grintek Defence have signed a contract for transfer of technology (ToT) between South Africa and India.

The contract valued $8.5 million will see the ToT for in-country maintenance of Saab’s Integrated Defensive Aids Suite (IDAS) system in India. IDAS … Read More

Research opens door to smaller, cheaper, more agile communications tech

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Summary:Research on the use of magnets to steer light has opened the door to new communications systems which could be smaller, cheaper and more agile than fiber optics.

Research led by The Australian National University (ANU) on the use of magnets to steer light has opened the door to new communications systems which could be smaller, cheaper and more agile… Read More

“Catch-up rule” to make sports contests more competitive & exciting to watch

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Summary:A team of game theorists has devised a “Catch-Up Rule” that is designed to make sports such as volleyball, badminton, and squash more competitive—and more thrilling for spectators.

A team of game theorists has devised a “Catch-Up Rule” that is designed to make sports such as volleyball, badminton, and squash more competitive… Read More

Math learned best when children move

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Summary:Children improve at math when instruction engages their own bodies, concludes a new study. The results also document that children require individualized learning strategies.

Children improve at math when instruction engages their own bodies. This is one of the findings from a recent study coming from the University of Copenhagen’s Department… Read More

Researchers develop potential treatment for fatal kidney disease

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Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center, working with a California biotech firm, have developed a potential drug to treat polycystic kidney disease — an incurable genetic disease that often leads to end-stage kidney failure.

The drug, now called RGLS4326, is in preclinical animal testing at San Diego-based Regulus Therapeutics Inc. An investigational

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Avalanches: A force more deadly than Polar Bears

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Summary:You might think that polar bears — and the potential for attack — are the biggest danger the Norwegian arctic island archipelago of Svalbard. But avalanches kill far more people on Svalbard than polar bears ever have. Researchers are working on ways to improve avalanche prediction and protection in the Arctic.

You might think that polar bears … Read More

Second Lockheed Martin T-50A Takes Flight in Greenville, South Carolina

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Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, Marietta, Ga. Lockheed Martin Photography by Andrew McMurtrie

Two Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) T-50A aircraft are now soaring together in the skies over Greenville, South Carolina. The inaugural Feb. 20 flight of the second production-ready T-50A from Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Pilot Training (APT) operations center in Greenville further demonstrates the company’s established, lowest-risk offering… Read More

New Boeing Satellite increase Connectivity throughout Asia Pacific


Boeing will build a 702 satellite to expand communication for mobile telephone, data and internet users throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

The satellite, owned and operated by SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation and Kacific Broadband Satellites, has two distinct payloads. The JCSAT-18 payload will improve mobile and broadband services for SKY Perfect JSAT… Read More

Carbs during workouts help immune system recovery

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Summary:Eating carbohydrates during intense exercise helps to minimize exercise-induced immune disturbances and can aid the body’s recovery, research has found.

Dr Jonathan Peake and Dr Oliver Neubauer, from QUT’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, led a research review of studies about exercise and immunity.

They found the

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