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  • adj. Alternative form of biomechanical.

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  • He was considered one of the top five biomechanic researchers in the country, working on movement dynamics in cerebral palsy.

    CNN Transcript Apr 20, 2007

  • Li Ning runs a "Global Innovation Center" in the same building as its Portland retail store, where footwear designers and biomechanic engineers lured from the likes of Nike, Converse and Adidas mix with designers from Li Ning's Chinese staff.

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  • "The answers may appear obvious or even trivial, but further thought and experiment is revealing that our world is far more fascinating than we could have dreamed," according to Roland Ennos, biomechanic at the Faculty of Life Sciences at University of Manchester.

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  • Writing in January's Physics World, Dr Roland Ennos, a biomechanic in the Faculty of Life Sciences at University of Manchester, explains how we need to look beyond obvious answers if we are to understand how our own bodies work.

    Science Blog

  • The experiment lasted a month, and scientists say it was the first time a patient has been able to make complex movements using his mind to control a biomechanic hand connected to his nervous system.

    Sci-Tech Today

  • Though similar experiments have been successful before, the European scientists who led the project say this was the first time a patient has been able to make such complex movements using his mind to control a biomechanic hand connected to his nervous system.

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  • Roughly two years ago, after battling through foot and neck problems, he joined a scattering of other pro golfers in pursuing biomechanic and conditioning programs to better prepare his body for the rigors of the game and the travel.

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  • Similar biomechanic developments in the United States are being funded by DARPA where cyborg-insect interfaces envision warbots no bigger than a bug that can take to the battlefield one at a time as spies or in swarms powerful enough to bring down fighter jets.

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  • Scientists say it was the first time an amputee has been able to make complex movements using his mind to control a biomechanic hand connected to his nervous system.

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  • But scientists say it marks the first time an amputee has been able to make complex movements using his mind to control a biomechanic hand connected to his nervous system.

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