New release improves both GUI and API
Assuring accuracy and efficiency
How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
OpenSim 2.0 promises greater opportunities for customization
University of Florida’s B.J. Fregly hopes to use OpenSim to simulate the knee.
Jill Higginson at the University of Delaware uses OpenSim to study stroke.
Katherine Holzbaur of Wake Forest University Medical School simulates the biomechanics of the upper limb.
Simbios broadened University of Virginia’s Silvia Blemker’s horizons; and OpenSim is helping her understand hamstring injuries in sprinters.
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