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Face to Face Meeting on “Innovations for People with Spinal Cord Injury : New Freedom through Movement”Face to Face Meeting on “Innovations for People with Spinal Cord Injury : New Freedom through Movement”

27.07.2021 Face to Face Meeting on “Innovations for People with Spinal Cord Injury : New Freedom through Movement”

The Bern University of Applied Sciences will hold its 47th Face to Face Meeting on 30 September 2021, focusing on the topic of "Innovations for People with Spinal Cord Injury: New Freedom through Movement". The event, to take place in Nottwil, will highlight how the interaction of research, technology and movement provides new freedom for people living with spinal cord injuries.

New clip highlights NTN Innovation Booster – Sport & Physical ActivityNew clip highlights NTN Innovation Booster – Sport & Physical Activity

21.07.2021 New clip highlights NTN Innovation Booster – Sport & Physical Activity

Haven’t heard about the NTN Innovation Booster – Sport & Physical Activity, yet, or want to learn more about it? Then check out our new clip about this exciting initiative, powered by Innosuisse, which aims to make Switzerland THE place for innovation in sport. In less than a minute you can discover details about the goals, areas to be addressed, who will be part of it, the process, the team behind it and, most importantly, how to get involved.


Sign up now for Sport Future Rendez-Vous 2021Sign up now for Sport Future Rendez-Vous 2021

13.07.2021 Sign up now for Sport Future Rendez-Vous 2021

The topic of this year’s Sport Future Rendez-Vous will be the economic model of Swiss and European professional football in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will take place physically on 29 September 2021 in Lausanne (subject to health-related restrictions). Jointly organised by the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and ThinkSport, the annual event features expert discussions on pressing topics in sport.


The Global Observatory for Women, Sport, Physical Education and Physical Activity establishes in LausanneThe Global Observatory for Women, Sport, Physical Education and Physical Activity establishes in Lausanne

Wanted: sponsors for first environmentally sustainable off-shore racing yachtWanted: sponsors for first environmentally sustainable off-shore racing yacht

Apply NOW for the first Tech Tour Sports ProgrammeApply NOW for the first Tech Tour Sports Programme

01.07.2021 Apply NOW for the first Tech Tour Sports Programme

The first edition of the Tech Tour Sports Programme, designed for early-stage tech startups looking for Seed, Series A & B investments, and keen to improve their strategy, will take place between September and November 2021.
The pioneering programme will gather the best game-changers in sports at an inspiring onsite event in Lausanne on 27 October, providing additional networking opportunities along with the online sessions and activities it presents.


Open Call for NTN Innovation Booster on Concussion | Wanted: Researchers, start-ups and expertsOpen Call for NTN Innovation Booster on Concussion | Wanted: Researchers, start-ups and experts

Using digital simulation to optimise everyone’s sport experienceUsing digital simulation to optimise everyone’s sport experience

23.06.2021 Using digital simulation to optimise everyone’s sport experience

Digital simulations are used across many industries to test innovative solutions before developing product prototypes, and sport is no exception. The Geneva based company DAES, which stands for “Development of Advanced Engineering Solutions” has been working with the watch, mobility, energy and medical sectors for more than ten years and 98 per cent of their solutions rely on simulation. About a year ago the company, which was set up by three engineers striving to help deliver products for the benefit of society, started to work with the sports industry.


New film contest: SPORT AS PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH IMAGESNew film contest: SPORT AS PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH IMAGES

Toon In! Michael Payne publishes unofficial and entirely unsanctioned Olympic history bookToon In! Michael Payne publishes unofficial and entirely unsanctioned Olympic history book

03.06.2021 Toon In! Michael Payne publishes unofficial and entirely unsanctioned Olympic history book

Michael Payne, former Director of the IOC and longtime Olympic commentator, today published “Toon In!” a uniquely insightful book, which uses captivating cartoons to help reveal the extraordinary story behind the modern Olympic Games. A collector of Olympic political cartoons, Michael Payne has pulled together more than 1,200 Olympic-themed cartoons, accompanied by a personal 100,000-word commentary, to produce a one-of-a-kind, 500 page, very large coffee table book.


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