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Topics Posted in the Past 7 Days (Date: 28 January 2004 [NZ Timezone])
Academics Positions: University of Calgary

EPSRC PhD Studentship in Bioengineering

Assistant Professor, University of Houston

Post Doc: University of Newcastle, UK

Biomechanics of Badminton drop shot

I'm Justin
Intrinsic Therapeutics

Post Doc: Neural Control (Penn State)

Chair in Soft Tissue Biomechanics (UK)

28th Annual ASB Conference: Portland OR

Biomechanics Position Announcement

3D Joint Power
Ultimate strength of female lumbar vertebral spinal unit

Faculty Positions - University of Delaware

Post Doctoral Fellowship in the Neural Control of Movement

Head of Biochemistry




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