FIT Project turns to interdisciplinarity to understand injury factors in youth football

  • 12/11/2018
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    To address the alarming injury rate in youth footballers in Sweden, the project Injury-Free Children and Adolescents: Towards Better Practice in Swedish Football (FIT project) seeks to fill in the knowledge gaps by bringing biomedical and social science together. With its multi-angled and interdisciplinary approach, the project involves a sample of male and female Swedish football players […]

    Pilot Project provides findings and advice on data sharing in development research

  • 24/10/2017
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    Launched just ahead of last year’s FORCE11 conference devoted to the utilisation of technological and open science advancements to communication of scholarship, the data sharing pilot project of Prof. Cameron Neylon, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia, and his collaborators has published its final outcomes days before FORCE2017. The project made use of the innovative open science RIO Journal, which […]