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Injury Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates Announces 2019 Program

Applications will soon be accepted for a unique summer internship for undergraduates interested in injury science research.

Dangerous Trend: Liquid Nitrogen and Food

Learn about a new food trend at malls, kiosks, and fairs across the country that carries health risks.

Understanding Simulator Sickness

Simulator sickness occurs in driving research. Here’s what is currently known.

Perceptions of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and New Driver Safety

New CIRP research sheds light on how new teen drivers and their parents perceive the use of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).