After the U.S. military developed a new type of vehicle to protect soldiers from improvised explosive devices, it began to see a new...
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Our Latest News showcases the impact of our work and illustrates the ways in which our research saves lives, enhances our military, increases the safety of automobiles and helps better protect athletes.
On our blog, CAB happenings, we celebrate the accompishments of our faculty, researchers, staff and students as they share our research at conferences, work to develop better tools, and pursue knowledge.
The researchers at the Center for Applied Biomechanics have published over 1,000 papers which they present at conferences around the world. The techniques and software we pioneer are used by biomechanical engineers throughout the field.
Researchers at MAE’s Center for Applied Biomechanics (CAB) are designing a new seat belt that will protect 110 million more Americans...
When research changes the game--literally.
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