Monthly Archives: August 2008


Sport science symposium produces multiple winners

Questions such as whether eye colour affects reaction times and whether listening to iPods helps or hinders endurance athletes were explored in a range of the sport science projects secondary school pupils submitted to a University symposium.

By | August 10th, 2008|Articles, General, News, Students|0 Comments

Science of sport projects rewarded with bursaries

The effects of energy drinks on sports performance, whether left-handed batsmen are better and if Olympic athletes live longer than the average person were among the diverse topics researched by secondary school pupils who attended a school sport symposium at the Auckland campus this week.

By | August 7th, 2008|Articles, General, News, Students|0 Comments