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  • 12/12/2014in NOCSAE News

    Football playoff picture has new look as safety takes precedence

      December 11, 2014 By Andy Hutchinson The Newtown Bee Newtown, CT The days of leather football helmets gave way to hard-shelled head protectors three-quarters of a century ago — just one example of how football equipment has been improved for safety reasons, particularly with the head in mind, throughout the years. So, why not...
  • 12/12/2014in NOCSAE News

    Impact engineering: Why all head protection is in need of a redesign

      December 11, 2014 By Justin Cunningham Eureka Magazine United Kingdom The humble helmet dates back nearly 3000 years and though it has been used prolifically in warfare, it is now most commonly used to provide head protection outside the combat arena. However, although applications might have diversified, it is still fundamentally designed a...
  • 12/10/2014in NOCSAE News

    New helmets for Amherst hockey players designed to help reduce head injuries

      December 10, 2014 By Patrick Nagy Amherst Bee Buffalo, NY   Concussions have become an increasing problem in sports and Amherst Federation boys ice hockey coach James Ryan knows first-hand how it can affect a team.   During the 2013-14 Federation high school hockey season, several of Ryan’s players missed games due to concussions....

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