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Tom McKeag | GreenerDesign.com

Tom has started a regular weblog at GreenerDesign.  The link brings up a list of his posts.  To date, he has published:

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2009/10/08 - 16:46 weblogs
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Biomachinations

"Biomimetics, Biomechanics and Applied Biotechnology"

Authors: Adam Summers is a professor of biomechanics at UC Irvine and author of the monthly Biomechanics column for Natural History Magazine. Ilya Brook is a management consultant in...

2009/11/12 - 12:46 weblogs
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Bulletproof Feathers: How Science Uses Nature's Secrets to Design Cutting-Edge Technology

Edited by Robert Allen (2010), The Ivy Press Limited, Lewes, UK.

Also available on...

2010/07/12 - 13:48 books, design, materials, principles, robotics
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Center for Biologically Inspired Design at Georgia Tech

The Center for Biologically Inspired Design (CBID) at Georgia Tech is a research and development team translating Nature's ecosystems - her organisms, materials, methods and sensory behavior - into sustainable models...

2010/07/22 - 11:27 biosensors, biosystems, cognition, education, locomotion, materials
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Welcome to biomimetik.dk!

"Here you can read all about the new interdisciplinary area of science called biomimetics (or bionics/biomimecry). 
Biomimetics is about developing new technology inspired by nature. On this site you can, apart from news about research and new technological progress in...

2010/08/29 - 08:27 bibliography, books, research, websites
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Limits of nature and advances of technology: What does biomimetics have to offer to aquatic robots? 

Author: F. E. Fish

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In recent years, the biomimetic approach has been utilized as a mechanism for technological advancement in the field of robotics. However, there has not been a full appreciation of the success and...

2010/10/04 - 12:15 aquatic locomotion, collaboration, drag reduction, evolution, knowledge transfer, limitations, research, swimming, thrust production
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585 . 626 - Biomimetics in Biomedical Engineering (2010-2011 Johns Hopkins University Graduate Catalog)

Biomimetics refers to human-made processes, substances, devices or systems that imitate nature. This course focuses on substances prepared and engineered to meet biomedical uses. 

2010/10/11 - 11:39 biomedical
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IDSA's 2011 Catalyst Case Study Program (Submissions Accepted until November 30th)

"IDSA's Catalyst Case Study Program continues to initiate and accelerate a broader understanding of design’s impact on business, the environment and society. Participate in the next round of submissions and explain why your design is worthy of Catalyst case publication in 2011....

2010/10/17 - 14:19 business, case studies, design, environment, society
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Pistol Shrimp Weblog

"Upon journeying to Jackson Hole, WY, and back from a recent Education Summit hosted by the Biomimicry Institute, a university professor and student united to create an open-source blog full of biomimicry/biomimetic ideas for art, design, science and engineering. The focus is...

2010/10/21 - 15:17 architecture, biology, design, engineering, science, weblogs
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University of Maryland "Biologically-Inspired Product Development"

"Changing the way we teach engineering students to think about developing products and devices."

2010/10/31 - 08:53 artificial muscles, concurrent fabrication, design, educaton, graded materials, robotics, self-assembly, sensors
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