Moving from intuition to evidence-based intervention
In a win-win for patients and researchers, big biomechanics data has arrived.
In the past, many biomechanical models of gait have omitted the arms. But as such models strive for greater realism, it has become more important to account for secondary movement by the arms.
Navigating the oviduct and other mysteries
How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
An explanation of geometric constraints in computational biomechanics
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