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Members of the Applied Biomechanics Lab traveled around the world to Brisbane, Australia for the 2017 Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics. There were koalas, kangaroos, sharks, and plenty of science and opportunities for new research collaborations. It was incredible well organized and we were so pleased to present the following two research abstracts:

Franz JR and Zelik KE. “Too much work: revisiting ultrasound-based estimates of Achilles tendon energy storage and return.”

Clark WH and Franz JR. “Do triceps surae muscle dynamics govern non-uniform Achilles tendon displacements?”

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