Rensselaer researcher is using fluid mechanics to help athletes sharpen strokes
Professor Timothy Wei of Rensselaer, used experimental flow measurement techniques to help American swimmers sharpen their strokes, shave seconds from their lap times, and race toward medals in Beijing this summer. Read More
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