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    24/7 livestock tag remotely monitors flock welfare

    An electronic tag that enables farmers to remotely manage livestock welfare via their smartphone could improve farming efficiency and reduce the number of deaths during birth.

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    Urban Beehive to get UK buzzing again

    A self-monitoring hive that takes the hard work out of beekeeping could help reinvigorate the country’s declining honey bee population

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    Sloan follows in his father's footsteps after achieving Rio dream

    England and Great Britain Hockey player Ian Sloan has secured his place in the Rio squad and will have a chance to follow in his father's footsteps

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    Lecturers & Market Traders Swap Places

    As part of the Market Town project, Loughborough University lecturers and traders from the town's marketplace swapped places in a unique week of activities.

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    Research Rising Star – Professor Elizabeth Stokoe

    Professor of Social Interaction Elizabeth Stokoe studies the science of conversation across a variety of contexts including police interrogation, medical encounters, mediation, dating, and commercial sales.

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    Inside Access: Adam Peaty's preparation for Rio

    Olympic swimmer Adam Peaty provides an inside look at his preparations for Rio 2016, as he targets a gold medal.

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    High-Speed Cricket Helmet Testing

    Research by Loughborough University’s Sports Technology Institute will continue to shape the development of cricket helmet safety, following a landmark announcement by the governing body for the sport.

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    3D Printed Clothing: How It Works

    Personalised 3D printed fashion − manufactured within 24 hours − is the end goal of a new project led by Loughborough University that’s set to change the way we shop for clothes.

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    New Device Unveiled To Give Paralysis Sufferers a Voice

    A new device which transforms paralysis victims’ breath into words – believed to be the first invention of its kind – has been developed by academics from Loughborough University.

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    Sonia Samels' top 5 marathon running tips

    Team GB marathon runner Sonia Samuels gives her advice on running a marathon.

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    24 years in the making: Sonia Samuels' Olympic journey

    After 20 years of hard work, Loughborough resident and University graduate Sonia Samuels has finally achieved her dream – becoming an Olympian.

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    Ryan targets Fiji Sevens' maiden gold in Rio rugby

    Fiji Sevens coach Ben Ryan outlines his aims for the Rio Olympics - a gold medal.

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    Chris Boardman: Physiological testing critical for Rio athletes

    Olympic gold medalist and cycling icon Chris Boardman believes physiological testing is vital for athletes looking to compete at the Olympics.

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    Adam Peaty's coach proves women can succeed as elite coaches

    Olympic swimmer Adam Peaty is coached by one of very few females at the pinnacle of the sport, Melanie Marshall, who has aided his development into a world record holder.

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    Loughborough Legends share their good luck messages ahead of Rio 2016

    Loughborough University legends have delivered their good luck messages to our associated athletes...

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    Tim Shuttleworth's meteoric rise to Rio contention

    Loughborough University swimmer Tim Shuttleworth describes how he went from a student to an Olympian competing at Rio 2016.

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    Third time lucky: Fran Halsall eager to go one better in Rio

    Loughborough University-based swimmer Fran Halsall is eager to put London 2012 heartbreak behind her with a medal in Rio, having narrowly missed out on a podium place four years ago.

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    Rowing To Rio: Matt Gotrel's Olympic Journey

    British Rowing team member and Loughborough University graduate Matt Gotrel reflects on winning the 2015 World Rowing Championships and provides an exclusive look at his preparations for the next step of his exciting journey.

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    Portable vaccine cooler may save lives in the third world

    Vaccine transportation in developing countries could be drastically improved thanks to an innovative mobile cooling device designed at Loughborough University.

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    Whiplash Effects Reduced By New Car Seat System

    A reactive head restraint and car seat system designed to reduce whiplash in rear-end vehicle collisions has been unveiled by engineers at Loughborough University.

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    Clearing - Ronnie's Story

    Geography with Economics student, Weronika Rakowska, shares her experience of the adjustment process and why she chose to come to Loughborough after receiving better grades than expected.

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    Clearing - A Family Experience

    Student, Sarah Loftus and Mum, Paula Loftus, share their experiences of the clearing process at Loughborough University.

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    Interview: Overcoming A-Level Disappointment

    Dr David Fletcher describes how students can overcome their disappointment with A-Level results by drawing inspiration from Olympic athletes, who have suffered disappointment in the past, such as Jessica Ennis-Hill.

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    Expert advice: Think like an Olympian on A-Level results day

    Dr David Fletcher describes how students can overcome their disappointment with A-Level results by drawing inspiration from Olympic athletes, who have suffered disappointment in the past, such as Jessica Ennis-Hill.

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    Clearing and results day at Loughborough University

    Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan joined Loughborough University Vice-Chancellor Bob Allison to congratulate next year's students on results day.

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    Jordanian triathlete battled bankruptcy to achieve Rio dream

    Getting to the Olympic games isn't always about the best times - it can be a financial struggle, as Jordanian triathlete Lawrence Fanous discovered on his rocky route to Rio.

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    Head teacher's marathon journey to the Olympics

    Loughborough University-based marathon runner Kevin Seaward managed to balance a full time job as a head teacher with his training to reach the Rio Olympics.

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    Lab in a briefcase

    Academics at Loughborough University hope to boost early detection rates of cancer in developing countries with their portable lab-in-a-briefcase that can operate even at high temperatures.

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    From rounders to Rio: Hinch targets world's best tag

    Maddie Hinch was shoved in goal as a kid, now she's on track to become the best hockey goalkeeper in the world.

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    Team GB return to Loughborough

    Loughborough members of Team GB arrive back at the university following the Rio Olympics.

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    Loughborough University - A Year in Review 2015/16

    We review some of Loughborough University's big achievements from 2015/16 including a rise in league table positioning and being ranked 1st for Student Experience by the Times Higher Education.

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    Coached by an iPad: Discus Dan's Unique Training For Rio

    Paralympic star Dan Greaves is trying something new to ensure that he gets the best possible training ahead of the 2016 Rio Paralympics...

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    Max Whitlock hosts School Games gymnastic workshop

    Five time Olympic medalist Max Whitlock hosted a gymnastic workshop at Loughborough University as part of the School Games and revealed how he went from a reserve at the competition to a success on the biggest stage.

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    4-year-olds not physically ready to start school

    New research from Loughborough University has revealed many four-year-olds are not physically ready to start school.

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    Exercises to improve early development and learning

    Movement for Learning is a daily programme that gives children opportunities to move, improve fine and gross motor skills, and inhibit primitive reflexes.

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    Movement For Learning: Rushes and Interview Clips

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    Greek long-jumper's inspirational journey to Rio

    Greek long jumper and Loughborough University student Konstantinos Kamaras bounced back from near-death experience to reach the 2016 Rio Paralympics.

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    Is there still a place for fitness wearable tech?

    Dr Dale Esliger provides an insight into the future of wearable technology in fitness after a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows a simple diet and exercise plan is more effective weight loss strategy.

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    Reducing Vehicle Blind Spots

    Loughborough Design School's work led to a change in European legislation, applicable to all new HGVs.

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    Terracotta Warriors arrive at Loughborough University London

    A unique exhibition of sculptures based on China’s world famous Terracotta Warriors hosted by Loughborough University London.

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    Sir Steve Redgrave Opens NCSEM

    Five-time Olympic champion Sir Steve Redgrave officially opened the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine building at Loughborough University today.

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    Raw footage: Jessica Ennis Hill retires from athletics

    Video content available for editing can be downloaded here, following Jessica Ennis-Hill's retirement from athletics.

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    Child feeding research at Loughborough University

    Drs Emma Haycraft and Gemma Witcomb are psychologists in Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, with specific interest in eating and feeding behaviours in infants and children.

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    What Is Living Wage & Minimum Income Standard?

    Donald Hirsch, Director at the Centre for Research in Social Policy at Loughborough University provides a guide for Living Wage and Minimum Income Standard.

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    Donald Trump will win US election, predicts Loughborough University technology

    Loughborough University academics are using their unique EMOTIVE computer program to capture through Twitter people’s feelings towards the US Presidential elections.

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    Expert View: Autumn Statement reaction

    Director at the Centre for Research in Social Policy Professor Donald Hirsch provides reaction to the 2016 Autumn Statement.

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    James on track to achieve his F1 dream with Loughborough University

    Automotive Engineering student James Allitt has aspired to work in motorsport all his life. but Leukaemia threatened to jeopardise his plans...

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    Playing Straight - Jamie Cleland interview clips

    To view the full documentary by Strike Films, visit: http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/show/playing-straight-reality-bites-30004365/10650783/

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    Download: Fran Halsall footage

    Footage available for editing following Loughborough University-based swimmer Fran Halsall's retirement.

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