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  • Heading in the right direction

    If you haven’t registered yet and need even more incentive to do so here are the top five reasons why you should attend. If you are one of the 1000+ delegates, who have already registered here is the return on investment, time, money and effort. View

  • Find your Balance

    With less than 70 days to go, join the 1,000+ strong cohort for ISB2017 in Australia. Brisbane is where it’s all happening and definitively the place to be – we promise you will not be disappointed. Brisbane is safe and a very liveable city - we know it’s a long way to come but once you are here your will experience a lightness of air, a laid back and friendly population and a-life-long experience you will carry into the future. View

  • Animation, Adventures and Avatars

    We’ve attracted nearly 1200 delegates from around the world. ISB2017 will be a truly international event - rich in diversity, innovation and energy. The abstract reviewers have been busily assessing the large volume of submissions. The high standard bodes well for an exceptional program that will be shared at the Congress. View

  • Room to move

    As the largest living structure on the planet, the Great Barrier Reef is 2300 kilometres, this natural icon is so large it can even be seen from outer space and is easily accessible from Brisbane. View

  • Call for Abstracts closing in one week!

    Abstracts closing in one week. Meet the next keynote speaker and don't forget to register. View

  • Happy Holidays!

    With the holiday season fast approaching we take this opportunity to wish you all a safe and enjoyable festive season. View

  • Crunch time...Call for Abstracts now open

    The Program Committee invites authors to submit abstracts for presentation within the program of ISB 2017. Submissions are sought for oral and poster presentations and can be made via the Abstract Submission Portal. View

  • Humans on the Move... First Keynotes announced

    We have some incredible speakers lined up to present at the Congress and look forward to seeing them in Brisbane next year. In this edition of the Congress newsletters we meet Professor Jaap H. van Dieën and Professor Chwee Teck Lim. View

  • ISB 2017 - Launches Preliminary Program

    The five day program will consist of plenaries, poster presentations, interactive session and workshops. A robust student program, large engaging exhibition and plenty of pre and post touring options. Plus, a social program that will be the highlight of the Congress. View

  • ISB Ambassadors are hopping around the globe

    Each edition of the ISB 2017 e-news will feature experts who live and work in the Pacific and Oceania regions and explore how their applications of biomechanics have impacted our everyday lives. Dr Ackland, pictured right, is a Senior Lecturer of Biomechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Melbourne. View

  • Merry Christmas Mate

    With the holiday season fast approaching we take this opportunity to wish you all a safe and enjoyable season. For those of us in the southern hemisphere this period is traditionally warm, if not sweltering hot and tropical, with many families heading to the coastal beaches or finding somewhere cool and relaxing away from the blazing sun. View

  • Welcome to Brisbane – Gait-way to ISB 2017

    ISB2017 officially launched the conference website today. Combining the Asian-Pacific Association for Biomechanics (APAB) APBiomech Conference with the XXVI Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics 2017 in Brisbane will unite disciplines, the Asia Pacific region and open collaboration to the rest of the world. View

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