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Cardio tennis helps improve skills, burn fat By Lori Corbin, August 10, 2010 LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- We might like watching Wimbledon or the U.S. Open, but playing tennis isn't always first on the list when it comes to fun-loving exercise. But a new twist on the game has many swinging back into action. "There's a [...]
Billie Jean Inducted into TIA Hall of Fame By Hannah Elliott, August 31, 2010 Tennis great Billie Jean King was inducted into the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame this morning in a hotel ballroom over Grand Central Station in New York City. King, who in addition to her 39 Grand Slam titles and 67 career singles [...]
Americans choose racket over remote control By Alex Dobuzinskis, August 23, 2010 LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tennis has moved out of the country club and turned into one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States as Americans looking for a cheap pastime in a bad economy have hit the courts. On the professional circuit, the [...]
Jaime Maggio Hits Up Cardio Tennis By Jaime Maggio, September 5, 2010 A 2:20 segment on the health benefits of Cardio Tennis ran twice on KCBS in Los Angeles, Sept. 4 and Sept. 5, reaching hundreds of thousands of viewers.
We worked with this prestigious trade organization to build the profile of the tennis industry, its manufacturers, retailers, national ranking organizations and other participants to promote the growth of tennis in the United States. We supervised the redesign of the website, www.tennisindustry.org, and rewrote several sections. Promoting the sport includes taking the leadership role in publicizing [...]
Students enhance learning with Betty's Brain software Learning enhanced by interacting with inquisitive avatar By Jamie McGee Studying the causes and effects of climate change, sixth-graders at Meigs Middle Magnet School put together a causal map on their computer screen to teach an avatar named Betty all about it. They’re adjusting their model as they go, [...]
How Vanderbilt's Secret Software Lab Is Saving America On a quiet street just off of Nashville's historic Music Row, a dedicated team of more than 100 researchers are developing software systems that may very well revolutionize the modern world. From cutting edge cyber-security tech designed to defend America's most critical networks to computer-learning algorithms that could [...]
Engineers use sound waves to detect bombs remotely 25 October 13 by Olivia Solon Engineers have developed an acoustic remote bomb detection system that can distinguish between those with large or small payloads. The system uses an acoustic array that focuses an intense sonic beam at a suspected home-made bomb. At the same time, [...]
Vanderbilt School of Engineering to open cutting-edge research lab in MetroCenter Experiments will test integrity, reliability of automotive, aeronautical systems October 17, 2013 Vanderbilt plans to open engineering lab in MetroCenter: The new Vanderbilt University engineering lab will study the reliability of materials used on aircrafts and wind turbines, among other equipment. When Vanderbilt University last [...]