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Professor Haake, Engineering Sport film with the Royal Institution

Professor Haake has been working with the Royal Institution on a series of films exploring the world of sport, technology and engineering. Not only that but they’ve launched with the very same name as our blog! The collection of films will be available soon, but for now you can get a taste by viewing the […]

Wonders of the Cricket Pitch

Fans of cricket rejoice, Dr James (who studied the dynamics of cricket pitches for his PhD) has recorded a lecture on the various issues of engineering and cricket for all to enjoy. Dr James is our resident ‘Public Engagement Tsar’ having presented to a countless number of dignitaries at prestigious societies and institutions and numerous science […]

The golden decade – next stop Vancouver 2010

It’s all downhill from here After the worst winter for 47 years, the snow has finally gone.  I miss it already and now I’m looking forward to virtual winter  from the comfort of my armchair courtesy of the BBC and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.  Britain is not best suited for winter sports since we […]

Sports Engineering Rules

As the inaugural post on the engineering sport blog, there is a weight of responsibility bearing down on the next few paragraphs to set the scene correctly for every post that will follow. Of primary importance is to set out the stall and identify what particular niché this blog will fill in the n-dimensional multiverse […]