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BBDL Students are Named Finalists and Win Student Poster Competition Awards at the Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering, and Biotransport Conference (SB3C2019)
Four Biomechanics and Biomaterials Design Laboratory students, representing the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science (More)
Dr. Jay Humphrey Gives IBEST Lecture
As a part of the IBEST distinguished lecture series, Jay Humphrey, Ph.D., gave a lecture over the effects of (More)
BBDL Students Give Presentation at Moore Norman Technology Center
On March 14th and April 9th, Dr. Lee and students from the Biomechanics and Biomate (More)
Gaylord student produces video of Dr. Chung-Hao Lee's Research.
Gaylord student Victor Pozadas filmed and created a video on Dr. Chung-Hao Lee’s research. The video encompasses the work that Lee has been conducting with students in his lab. His research focuses on cardiovascular biomedical modeling and working wi (More)
OU Researcher Uses Geometry for Affairs of the Heart
Newswise — NORMAN – Geometry is often referenced for matters of the heart. Marriage has been described as “two parallel lines,” and others have compared love to an “irrational equation” or as unending as “pi.” But when it comes to the medical matters (More)
AME Newsletter 2016
We hope you enjoy the annual AME Newsletter! Happy Holidays from all of us at the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma! (More)
Robot Research helps Babies with Cerebral Palsy
Even in the summer, our faculty and students continue to work hard on their latest research. Check out this clip from KWTV 9 about the latest robot research to help babies with cerebral palsy. Members of the team include Dr. David Miller, AME Profess (More)
AME Newsletter 2014
A MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR: Greetings from the OU School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. It\'s been a busy year with exciting developments in research, renovation, student success and faculty accomplishments. I would now like to share with (More)
Seeing the Symphony AME: Professor Rong Gan Tackles Hearing Loss
Rethinking Hearing Loss University faculty and researchers generally garner recognition for their work in the form of awards, research grants (More)
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A while ago we mentioned OU's awesome partnership with Foursquare, a geo social (More)

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