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Wearables Will Drive New Advances in Understanding And Driving Peak Athletic Performance




Biomechanics, a field that focuses on the movement of and forces on a living body, has been making new strides thanks to advances in wearable and sensing technology, equipping scientists with the tools to analyze our body’s movement more precisely than ever. Researchers around the world have been very interested in applying the analysis of […]




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Computational Biologists Win Nobel Prize




Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Foundation Computational biology is an emerging field in science that poses a lot of potential for wearables. In a recent post, we profiled several companies and their offerings related to wearable computing and activity tracking. Recently, Michael Levitt, Martin Karplus, and Arieh Warshel won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their brilliant […]




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