The International Journal of Bionic Engineering

The Journal of Bionic Engineering publishes original research papers and reviews on all aspects of bionic science and engineering including fundamental understandings of animals and plants for bionic engineering, such as locomotion and behaviors of animals, structures, composites, morphology and physical properties of plants and natural materials, applications of such understandings in engineering, technology and designs.

The journal aims to promote research and provide a platform for communication of novel ideas, theories and technologies in bionic science and engineering.

Zygote Quarterly

Zygote Quarterly now has an official website, a LinkedIn group and a Facebook page.  From the first issue Editorial:

Our mission: to establish a credible platform showcasing the nexus of science, technology and creativity in the field of biologically inspired design, using case studies, news and articles that are exemplary in their impact on the field, rigorous in their methodology, and relevant to today’s reader.

What we can do: we can provide an appealing showcase for thoughtful articles about subjects we feel have significance to the field of biomimetics and our society.  Life is endlessly fascinating. At a practical level, nature can encourage and guide us to develop sustainable solutions for current problems and biologically inspired solutions have become increasingly achievable and adopted. We believe that they will, in the near future, have a significant impact in how we live with both technology and nature.

Bioinspiration & Biomimetics

This is a new journal published by the Institute of Physics.  Access is free until the end of 2006.  The first issue includes:

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