We can picture the body of literature in any research field as a river. Ideas spring up over time, start as a just trickle of papers, but then grow in number as others expand upon the earlier work. Tools or concepts introduced from different topic areas may then act as tributaries that further increase the flow of research. What results is an ever increasing volume of work that can completely overwhelm anyone who tries to wade in. So how can a new grad student safely navigate the river? Continue reading
Most people have never heard of the Xerox Alto III. Although this lack of name recognition is sad, it is hardly surprising, since it is a product that never made it to market. Nevertheless, why it was never manufactured, despite its huge technical advantages over the competition, is a cautionary tale worth considering. Continue reading
Bennison MBL. The role of cancellous bone architecture in misalignment and side effect errors [Master’s Thesis]. Laurentian University: Sudbury, ON: December 2019. https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/3426
Congratulations to Adric Heney on his successful defence!
Heney AP. Effect of fatigue-induced microdamage on the compressive properties of bovine trabecular bone [Master’s Thesis]. Queen’s University: Kingston, ON: September 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/1974/26684
Congratulations to Dr. Katie Goggins on successfully defending her PhD yesterday!
Goggins KA. Measuring and modelling human response to foot-transmitted vibration exposure [PhD Thesis]. Laurentian University: Sudbury, ON: July 2019. https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/handle/10219/3332