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Graham Scarr

Graham Scarr has a particular interest in the morphology and mechanics of living structures and has been at the forefront of biotensegrity research for many years. He is a Chartered Biologist, graduate in microbiology and retired osteopath; a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology and Fellow of the Linnean Society. He currently has eleven scientific publications and presents at meetings and conferences in both the UK and internationally.

Monthly Member Webinar – The fundamental role of gravity in biologic motion and health

Practical details Date: 24 March 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00Presenters: Dr Stephen Levin and Graham ScarrTitle: The fundamental role of gravity in biologic motion and health This webinar will focus on the simple activities of walking and running, the details of which remain poorly understood in many respects, and introduce and discuss new ways of thinking about them. Along the…

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Monthly Member Webinar – The fundamental role of gravity in biologic motion and health

Monthly Member Webinar with Dr Stephen Levin and Graham Scarr   Practical details Date: Thursday 24th March Time: 19.00 UK time. Check your timezone here Presenters: Dr Stephen Levin and Graham Scarr Title: The fundamental role of gravity in biologic motion and health Please note that these webinars will be uploaded to the Members’ Area…

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Introduction to biotensegrity

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Biotensegrity, 2nd Edition – chapter 12 ‘Biotensegrity: the structural basis of life’

The emerging science of biotensegrity provides a fresh context for rethinking our understanding of human movement, but its complexities can be formidable. Biotensegrity: The Structural Basis of Life, Second edition – now with full color illustrations throughout – explores and explains the concept of biotensegrity and provides an understanding and appreciation of anatomy and physiology in the…

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BiotensegriTea Party 1.9: Scars, Adhesions and the Biotensegral Body from Handspring Publishing

Scars, Adhesions and the Biotensegral Body from Handspring Publishing.
Editors Jan Trewartha and Sharon Wheeler and their contributors Joanne Avison, Leonid Blyum, Graham Scarr, John Sharkey for a panel discussion, which John has agreed to moderate.

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