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Virtual vehicle vibrations

construction working backing up a tractor

A UI researcher has designed a computer program that allows engineers to accurately predict the role posture plays in transferring the stress of vehicle motion to bone and muscle in the head and neck. Story

Lung maze modelled in 3-D thanks to UI research team

Published
2012.10.03
(Image: Dragos Vasilescu, University of Iowa and the University of British Columbia)

A University of Iowa-led research team created the most detailed three-dimensional model of a region of the mouse lung where breathed air collects. Story from: New Scientist

New Scientist

A mammal lung, in 3D

The image shows the pulmonary acini of a mouse lung, based on the most detailed 3D representation of the region.

A University of Iowa-led research team has created the most detailed, three-dimensional rendering of a key region of a mammal lung. The model is important, because it can help scientists understand where and how lung diseases emerge as well as advance how drugs are delivered through the respiratory system. Results appear in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences." Story

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