Reporter 462, 26 February 2001
A collaborative research programme between the School of Mechanical Engineering and Orthopaedic Surgery has received its third and most prestigious award – the John Moe Basic Science Award at the Scoliosis Research Society in Cairns, Australia.
As a result, the authors have been invited to present their research on burst fractures at the largest orthopaedic-related conference in the world – the Annual Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in San Francisco. The team is looking into uses of high-speed video and pressure measurement techniques to study dynamic fracture processes in the spine.
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