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At first glance, combining a tough study with a time consuming hobby, like sporting, seems far from advantageous for either activity. There are, however, advantages. As already discussed in a previous post, you, as a student, can learn a thing or two from high-level athletes....

“One day I was exploring the wildlife at Science Park. Just as I was slowly approaching this cute little frog, something made me jump back in agony: at the side of its body, there was a fifth leg!” Around Science Park there is a lot of...

We tend to find people with symmetrical faces attractive, and most asymmetrical features are quite disturbing. A proof of the latter is in the picture of me with my face half-shaved: [caption id="attachment_5461" align="alignnone" width="477"] Me, half shaved, not at my most attractive.[/caption] Scientists are breaking their...

Now that athletes are reaching their physical peak, sports are turning to science to gain an advantage. Smoother swimsuits, lighter running shoes, more aerodynamic bicycles… there is even a maximum weight for bobsleighs!  Let’s see what physics has to say about this, shall we? The forces...

Getting through university is a lot like participating in a sports competition. Both take training, talent, stamina and determination. I should know – I’m the national 3000m steeplechase champion (2014) as well as a physics student. And I am sure students can learn a thing or two...

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