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Posts tagged with "engineering"

Dec 9

Science fiction occasionally depicts elaborate replacements or augmentations for human body parts. This video of “Sarif Industries,” a fictional company in the sci-fi video game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, touches on that very topic. While this technology does not exist in real life, it’s based on research done by people such as Dr. Michelle Sabick. Besides, who wouldn’t want to snap photos straight from their eyes or have some sort of football throwing laser rocket arm?

Dec 8

Human Engineering: The Basics of Joint Replacement

Learn about the field of biomedical engineering with Dr. Michelle Sabick. Her podcast takes you through key concepts of engineering design using a case study about a hip replacement.  

Dec 7

Dr. Michelle Sabick, the Interim Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, is this week’s feature for Beyond the Blue. Want to know what that entails? Welcome to the Center for Orthopaedic and Biomechanics Research (COBR) at Boise State, where the mission is to advance the understanding of the mechanical and neuromuscular characteristics of human movement.