A huge thanks to our testing partners below !
The “Goose egg” also known as the DCR was tested at the Biomedical instrumentation lab in the department of the Mechanical Engineering, University of Alberta.
University of Alberta
Dr. Chris Dennison, an expert in biomechanical engineering with an emphasis on novel instrumentation for injury biomechanics of the head and spinal cord injury. Along with his assistant Brooklynn Knowles, a PHD student. This department is an independent Third Party Laboratory adhering to industry ASTM standards.
TEC Edmonton and UA Solve
Chris Lerohl Business Development at UA Solve is a service provided by TEC Edmonton and the University of Alberta designed to facilitate industry – academia collaboration. Our service is your gateway to a wide range of specialized infrastructure, resources and the expertise of leading researchers at the University.
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