Archive for May, 2017

Applied Sports Science newsletter – May 16, 2017

Applied Sports Science news articles, blog posts and research papers for May 16, 2017   Eric Thames and the Transformative Power of Boredom FanGraphs Baseball, Travis Sawchik from May 10, 2017 Baseball players are often late risers, working second-shift hours. As such, Eric Thames typically began his days in Changwon, South Korea, around 11 a.m. […]

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Sports Science: Week in Review, Apr 10-Apr 16

The same science that is improving sports is also improving sports journalism. New technologies, new ideas and lots of innovation create opportunities to tell new stories. It’s true — the best way to understand innovation is to actually innovate. Marc Overmars, Kluivert junior and ‘Captain Fantastic’ Davy Klaassen – how Ajax are becoming a European […]

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Data Science newsletter – May 12, 2017

Newsletter features journalism, research papers, events, tools/software, and jobs for May 12, 2017 GROUP CURATION: N/A     Data Science News Internet of things made simple: One sensor package does work of many Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science from May 10, 2017 Ubiquitous sensors seem almost synonymous with the internet of things (IoT), […]

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