How Technology Helped Purdue Become One Of College Basketball’s Best

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March 1, 2018

How Technology Helped Purdue Become One Of College Basketball’s Best

NEW YORK – Purdue’s Isaac Haas is a mountain of a man, a skilled 7-foot-2, 290-pound basketball player who can change the game on both ends of the floor. Behind all the big-time dunks and blocks, there’s a small, lightweight device that Haas wears on his back during practice that is helping the team.

8 Breakthrough Concepts for Better ACL Return to Play Programs

By Carl Valle I’m new to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rehabilitation and have learned a lot over the last few months while working with some very smart physical therapists and athletic trainers. Although I’ve never had an athlete tear an ACL while under my care, I have had athletes come to work with me with previous ACL injuries.

FLOW™ – The first sensor that measures your breathing.

Sweetzpot is raising funds for FLOW™ – The first sensor that measures your breathing. on Kickstarter! FLOW™ is the first sensor combining breathing and heart rate that helps athletes train in their elusive sweetspot.

This Smart Mouthguard Can Monitor Concussions

If you watched the Super Bowl LII earlier this month, you’ll recall a moment in the second quarter when Patriots quarterback Tom Brady found Brandin Cooks wide open for a beautiful, 23-yard completion. But when Cooks turned to run for the end zone, he didn’t see Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins gunning for him on the left.

At Stanford, I peeked into the future of wearable design – roving robots included

When you think of wearable tech design, the mind immediately jumps to things like watch faces and lugs. How many buttons does it have? Is there a rotating crown? How sleek will it look on my wrist? Is the band comfortable, or even easy to replace? That’s surface level.

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