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New blog on biomimicry...in spanish

From Madrid, Spain, Manuel Quirós BSc,MSc,PhD in Biology has created this site to spread out the biomimesis field with his design students and other interested people. Most of the internet's contents are basic in english, some other in german and few other in spanish but without a clear...

2013/10/12 - 11:15
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George Jeronimidis Lecture on Biomimetics and Bioinspiration

The post provides an overview of the October 22nd lecture on Biomimetics and Bioinspiration - Smart solutions for functional architecture at the Institute for...

2013/10/29 - 14:59
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2014 INCOSE Workshop

This event organized by the Natural Systems Working Group was held in Los Angeles on January 25-26.  The website has pointers to many of the presentations given at the workshop.  The first two by George Studor...

2014/02/09 - 16:08 design, INCOSE, systems, systems engineering, Workshop
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Germinature

This blog is authored by Biomimicry Fellows being trained as Biomimicry PhDs in the Integrated Bioscience PhD Program at the University of Akron (UA).  We started our exciting 5-year long journey on August 27th, 2012, and we’ve created this blog to share our thoughts and...

2014/02/19 - 16:47 blog, network, Ohio, U/Akron
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Where Can We Use Biologically Inspired Robots?

SK Gupta discusses the value of biologically inspired robots in terms of "useful tools to discuss and teach science and mathematics", practical applications such as exploring areas where traditional robots cannot cope and next generation prosthetics, as well as more speculative applications. ...

2014/03/21 - 12:16 blog, robotics
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PEGASUS Video Course on TRIZ/BioTRIZ

This video course allows you to transfer ideas from living...

2014/04/01 - 17:10 BioTRIZ, creativity, innovation, TRIZ
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"Architecture Follows Nature" lecture focuses on biomimicry and collaborative research

An overview of the March 17th event in Los Angeles

Last Monday evening at the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles, architect Ilaria Mazzoleni and...

2014/04/10 - 22:14 architecture
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The Biomimetic Materials Laboratory

Biomimetics (also known as biomimicry or bionics) is the transfer of technology from nature to engineering. By understanding how natural materials, tissues, systems or devices operate in their natural environment, we can engineer better materials, system and devices with...

2014/05/15 - 18:17 biomaterials. McGill
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Biological Propulsion Laboratory (Caltech)

The Biological Propulsion Laboratory, directed by Professor John Dabiri, examines the mechanics and dynamics of biological propulsion, which is broadly defined to include the transport of fluid...

2014/05/17 - 14:28 Caltech, lab, propulsion
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Tutorial on Embodiment

In order to understand intelligent behavior in humans, animals, or machines, it is necessary to consider their embodiment and embedding. That is, "the behavior of any system is not merely the outcome of an internal control structure (such as the central...

2014/06/02 - 12:31 cognition, embodiment, intelligence
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