CARE has been involved in income generating activity with a value of approximately £690k, not including pool hire components of external pool user groups, with £570k of this coming to The University of Edinburgh.
|2011-13||£150,000||Professor Sanders||Correcting asymmetries to improve performance and reduce injuries in British swimmers. SportScotland. In progress|
|2008-09||£130,000||Professor Sanders co-PI with Hafthor Gudmundsson and Lillan Madsen: 50k to Edinburgh||Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation Scheme. Improving quality and cost effectiveness of Scandinavian swimming teacher education using advanced on-line and audio-visual technologies. Completed.|
|2007-08||£140,000||Professor Ross Sanders, collaborating with Sheffield Hallam University: 100K to Edinburgh||EPSRC/UK Sport Performance Enhancement through Technology Fund. Enhancing swim performance by optimising glide efficiency and time of initiating post-glide actions. Completed.|
|2003-04||£160,000||Professor Ross Sanders||Swimming Nature Limited. Learn to swim research. Completed.|
Additional funding is secured through use of the facilities by learn to swim groups in time allocated for CARE research. Currently, SwimEasy Ltd uses the pool for their learn to swim programmes on many Sundays during the year. The children in the learn to swim programme are involved as participants in the CARE research programme (examples of the research topics in the SwimEasy programme are included in the sample CARE report appended).
This article was published on Oct 5, 2011