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Biomechanics research could help keep patients’ knees healthy following surgery

Unlike the assembly of a machine, there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to medicine. Darryl Thelen, Harvey D. Spangler Professor in mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering…

Tags: biomechanics, Faculty, high throughput computing, Morgridge Institute for Research, research, Thelen

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Freshmen twins and triplets lay future foundation with engineering majors

Two’s company, three’s a crowd and seven’s a freshman engineering cohort at the University of Wisconsin Madison. In 2016, two sets of identical twins and…

Tags: students, twins, undergraduates

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