As the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games gets underway, we are already starting to think about the importance of its legacy for young people.
Athletes need to feel confident that they take part in a fair competition with zero dopers. What can be done to maximise the likelihood that this happens?
As sporting stars make their final preparations for the Commonwealth Games, how do they make sure they are in peak condition at the right time?
A new, free to access, attention training programme to help young autistic people has been launched by researchers.
The University of Birmingham is partnering with Myprotein to launch the first performance-focused plant protein study on newly launched product, THE Plant.
As athletes prepare physically and technically for the Commonwealth Games, it is important that they also prepare well psychologically as the pressure mounts.
More than 30 para-athletes have been training at the University of Birmingham as part of the GAPS Programme.
The University of Birmingham’s Queen’s Batonbearers for the England route of the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay have been announced.
Concerns from international para-athletes and personnel raised over the integrity of para-sports
Pox viruses are able to get a head start on infecting a host by delivering a package of proteins that directly interferes with the body’s innate immune system.
A new technique that can analyse how drug molecules bind to proteins in tissue samples could offer an improved route to drug discovery and development.
University of Birmingham part of a major initiative to accelerate the transition to safe and sustainable materials, products and processes.