Collaboration and Outreach with the Lincoln Community
Professor Terry working with students at the ASME SAE competition.
High school student assembling his custom-designed, laser-cut parts for a surgical robot.
Members of Lincoln's Clyde Malone Community Center work on a creative project.
Dr. Terry assisting students performing mock surgery on a simulated abdominal cavity.
High school student showing off her remotely operated surgical tool for diagnosing endometriosis.
Simulated tissue used for teaching high school students about viscoelasticity.
High school students with their remotely operated surgical robots.
High school student's tank-style exploratory robot with wireless video camera.
High school students performing mock laparoscopic surgery through a simulated abdominal wall.
Student fabricating simulated intestines from latex and Silly Putty.
One of the objectives of the TRL is to enhance the interest of K12 students in STEM subjects by exposing them to cutting-edge biomedical research. A mechanism for sharing our latest efforts is to conduct interactive workshops that are adapted from our research. If your school or class would like to visit (or receive a visit from) the IBL, please contact Dr. Terry.