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We are delighted to announce that Kurtlab was awarded $275,000 by National Science Foundation CMMI Dynamics, Control and System Diagnostics program to investigate the mechanics of bio-interfaces by shear wave scattering through a synergy of theoretical and experimental approaches. Further information about the grant can be found at the webpage:

https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1826270&HistoricalAwards=false


The study led by Samantha Holdsworth (Professor at the University of Auckland) and Itamar Terem (visiting student at Stanford University) where Dr. Kurt is a co-author has caught media attention. The stunning aMRI video (prepared by I. Terem) showing the amplified motion of the brain upon heart pulsatility has caught the attention of various media outlets, including The Daily Mail, Medical Xpress.

You can read the original publication here.


Dr. Kurt's PRL paper made the international news by featuring in the "Deutsches Ärzteblatt", one of the main medical journals in Germany reaching around 370000 doctors weekly.

If you're not scared of German, you can read the whole story here!

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