The Biomechanics Research Building was made possible through a generous donation from the Ruth and Bill Scott family, and we are forever grateful for their gift. This building houses both the Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility and the Center for Biomechanics Research in Nebraska.
The mission of the Biomechanics Research Building will be to serve not only UNO but also the entire University of Nebraska system and the state of Nebraska by educating and developing a dynamic workforce and by enhancing economic growth through development of biotechnology and biomechanical intellectual property.
Our mission will be fulfilled through our four research divisions: Neurophysiology of Gait, Neuromuscular Control of Balance and Posture, Robotics Rehabilitation and Train, and Neuromuscular and Sensory Systems Assessment and Rehabilitation. The research in these divisions will be supported by our six state-of-the-art laboratories: Main Motion Capture, Virtual Reality, Acoustics, Balance and Strength, Motor Development, and Robotics.
A. Main Motion Capture Laboratory
B. Acoustics Laboratory
C. Balance and Strength Laboratory
D. Virtual Reality Laboratory
E. Robotics Laboratory
F. Motor Development Laboratory
A. Large Conference Room
B. Collaboration Room
C. Graduate Student Work Area
D. Undergraduate Work Stations
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