However, we can only hope that crucial matches won’t be decided by penalties.
We all get cranky for silly reasons sometimes, but this is a life-changing sentence we’re talking about.
We interrupt our regular science broadcast for some wholesome news.
As the World Cup in Russia is kicking off, it’s time to look at what passion can do for your soccer team.
Science is slowly creeping into the locker rooms.
Networked gadgets and gizmos embedded in every day items – collectively known as the Internet of Things – are beginning to permeate our way of life. In your very own kitchen, a smart, networked refrigerator that identified items could give you suggestions on what you could cook or what was your calorie intake for the past week. The more data, the better the network effect and there might be no better place to reap the most rewards from the Internet of Things than sports. We’re just beginning to discover how networked devices could change sports, for better or worse, and the first baby steps have been taken by the NFL.