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  • SSB/BioMEx Annual Conference 2021

    We are happy to announce that we will have an annual conference again this year on March 18th. This will be an excellent chance again to catch up and see […]

  • Positive news for the end of the year

    Looking back on this year it may be difficult to see the positive through the negative, but that does not mean that it was all negative and that we cannot […]

  • SSB/BioMEx Annual Conference 2020 Program is online!

    The program is now online both for the PhD student day and the main conference. See you in a few days!

  • SSB/BioMEx Annual Conference 2020

    The Annual Conference is approaching. Save the dates 17-18 of March 2020. Follow this link to get more information about the event. Please register no later than the 7th of […]

  • SSB is supporting the National Biomechanics Day

    This a forwarded message from the Director of National Biomechanics Day:       Hello Biomechanists Everywhere,   Today we announce National Biomechanics Day’s new parent organization and new website. […]

  • SSB Newsletter

    SSB has decided to create a newsletter with interesting information for our members. Our aim is to have one issue per semester. The issues will be available in: http://swebiomech.org/newsletters It […]

  • SSB Annual Conference 2019

    The second annual meeting of the SSB was a great success. This year’s event was held at Skåvsjöholm, in a wonderful area just outside of Stockholm.  Many old but also […]

  • SSB is supporting the National Biomechanics Day

    Biomechanics: The Breakthrough Science of the 21st Century National Biomechanics Day (NBD) seeks to increase awareness of Biomechanics among high school students and teachers. Through increased awareness among young people […]

  • Save the dates for the SSB meeting 2019

    This is the invitation for the SSB meeting 2019. You are warmly invited to attend the 2019 SSB meeting, hosted by KTH BioMEx! Who: You and your group of colleagues, […]

  • Huge Swedish delegation at WCB!

    A large crowd of Swedish researchers in biomechanics are this week in Dublin for the 8th World Congress of Biomechanics. The Council decided to have a meeting during the conference.  


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