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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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2015 Natural Systems Working Group Sessions at INCOSE

The presentations are posted to Dropbox at https://www.dropbox.com/sh/k5ob9lkz2qyd78u/AABRJ7WvWbpCkR3t2T-ixtzha?dl=0

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2015/02/28 - 13:57 INCOSE, NSWG, systems engineering
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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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2013 Biomimicry Youth Challenge

The Biomimicry Youth Challenge (BYC) is an international design challenge for children from Pre-Kindergarten through High School. The Challenge asks educators to help children learn from nature how to create more sustainable designs.

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2012/12/13 - 08:43 biomimicry, education, youth challenge
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14 Smart Inventions Inspired by Nature: Biomimicry

In addition to two overview sections on the concept and Biomimicry 3.8, the article provides images and short descriptions of Velcro, Shinkansen Bullet Train, Boats, Hospitals Don Sharkskin, Harvesting Desert Fog, Nature's Water Filter, Experimental Fish Car, Hive Mind Manages the Grid, Fin to...

2015/03/01 - 15:18 biomimicry, case studies
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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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Biomimicry Institute/Global Network Blog

This blog is a celebration of biomimicry. It’s a space where we highlight the newest ideas and case studies from thought leaders in the biomimicry movement, share successes and challenges, and inspire...

2015/07/16 - 16:42 Biomimicry In Design, Biomimicry in the Built Environment, blog
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