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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    24 Jul at 7:51 am
    International Society of Biomechanics added 2 new photos.Day Two ISB2017
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    23 Jul at 11:16 am
    President and wombat dinky-di ISB Opening Ceremony and Welcome.
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    23 Jul at 10:51 am
    Kicking goals at ISB2017 - Vircon AFL
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    23 Jul at 9:03 am
    ISB2017 has kicked off - improving human performance. And new friends
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    22 Jul at 9:37 pm
    Sunday morning session - ISB 2017 kicks off with the morning tutorials at 10am.
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    22 Jul at 2:15 am
    International Society of Biomechanics added 4 new photos.ISB2017 volunteers rule...satchel packing done and ready for tomorrow. Reward is lunch...
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    21 Jul at 8:09 am
    Arranging to meet at #biomech2017 is easy, just go to Delegate List on the app, and send an instant message!
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    20 Jul at 5:36 am
    Trying to access the ISB2017 app you downloaded before and now can't?

    From today the app is password protected with your registration ID#. You will only have to enter it once.

    ID# were emailed to all delegates previously on your registration confirmation letter and in a separate "app access" email yesterday.

    Why? Because there is information now available in the app only for registered delegates and protects your privacy.
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    18 Jul at 6:39 pm
    See you soon! #biomech2017
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    17 Jul at 2:33 pm
    Making the trip Down Under later this week?
    Do you have a Twitter account?

    Join the conversation in Brisbane from Sunday, with our official Congress hashtag: #biomech2017.

    Safe travels everyone!
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    13 Jul at 1:26 am
    We are pleased to report that between December 2016 and April 2017, 28 Student Grants were funded by the ISB. The majority of these (21) are to help support the costs of travelling to ISB2017 in Brisbane. The remainder were for the Matching Dissertation Grant, the International Travel Grant and the Technical Group Travel Grant. The successful applicants are from the USA, Europe, Canada, Brazil and Australia and the total amount awarded by ISB was more than 34,000 USD. It's great to see so many high quality applications from around the world.
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    8 Jul at 3:05 am
    Hi everyone!

    I am really excited about a new project that was just released on the website (and announced in the recent ISB Now newsletter).

    I recently asked our ISB Fellows for their Recommended Reads and uploaded their responses to the website (behind the firewall as a member-only resource). So if you're looking for some quality reading, log on to isbweb.org with your username and password, and check out the new 'Recommended Reads' tab in the 'Students' section.

    Kirsty McDonald
    ISB Student Representative

    https://isbweb.org/
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    7 Jul at 6:33 am
    Just so you know - today is the last day you can register for ISB 2017 at the standard rate. Late fees apply as of tonight.

    If you haven't registered yet what are waiting for? Join us in Brisbane www.biomech2017.com
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    29 Jun at 3:26 am
    ISB 2017 is now on Instagram - Get social and follow us 📱
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  • International Society of Biomechanics
    29 Jun at 12:42 am
    International Society of Biomechanics updated their status.ISB2017 award announcements below. Congratulations to all!

    >>>> We are delighted to announce Professor Kenton Kaufman, Mayo Clinic as the winner of the Clinical Biomechanics Award (sponsored by Journal of Clinical Biomechanics). Professor Kaufman will present his paper during the Clinical Biomechanics Award session on Wednesday 26 July at 2.30pm.

    >>>> The Carlo De Luca Emerging Scientist Award winner is Alessio Gallina. Alessio will present his paper on Wednesday 26 July at 3.00pm during the award session.

    >>>> There are two David Winter Young Investigator Awards (sponsored by Journal of Biomechanics), one for the best oral presentation and one for the best poster presentation. This year’s David Winter Young Investigator Award winner will re-present his or her paper on Thursday 27 July at 11am. The poster winner will be announced directly after at 11:20am. The five finalists for the Oral award are Kevin Boldt, Seong-won Han, Jack Martin, Barbara Kalkman & Michael Vignos; and the five finalists for the Poster award are Kenneth Brent Smale, Cara Welker, Erik Lamers, Luca Tagliapietra & Jonathan Staynor. Find each of them in your Congress App and bookmark them to see them present.

    >>>> The Promising Scientist Award Lecture is designed to acknowledge people who have performed superior biomechanics research early in their career. Proudly sponsored by Motion Analysis, the 2017 winner is Karl Zelik and he will present an overview of his work during the lecture to be held on Thursday 27 July at 11.30am.

    >>>> Five Yamaguchi Medals have been awarded and the presentations will be hosted in the Great Hall on Wednesday 26 July at 9.30am: Satoru Okuda, Kabir H Biswas, Toshihiro Omori, Satoshi Yamada, Matthew Brodie.

    >>>> Winners - Logemas ISB Travel Award 2017
    This year the submissions were all so strong we had no choice but to announce three winners instead of two. Congratulations to Danielle Trowell, Deakin/AIS, Erica Beaucage-Gauvreau, University of Adelaide and Malindu Fernando, James Cook University.

    The International Society of Biomechanics is truly grateful to all our award sponsors and value very much the additional support offered to emerging scientists in the field of biomechanics.
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