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BioInspire Magazine

"BioInspire was a monthly publication founded by John Mlade while at Colorado State University to address the interface of human design, nature and technology.  Each month, a leader in the field contributed...

2008/07/02 - 21:56 articles
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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 - 13:46 weblogs
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Theme Issue ‘Biomimetics I: functional biosurfaces’

Theme Issue ‘Biomimetics I: functional biosurfaces’ compiled by Bharat Bhushan

2009/09/21 - 14:30 articles
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Fall 2008 Studio - Biomimicry

A visually stunning architectural building/community design that incorporates biomimicry research on kelp forests and detailed site assessment.  Some of the earlier material as well as the final report appear similar to Ralph Knowles' 'solar envelope' work described in the...

2009/09/16 - 11:08 weblogs
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Masters Program: Bionik/Biomimetics in Energy Systems

"At the beginning of the 21 century our industrial society is confronted with major challenges in regard to energy and environment. Using new insights from the...

2009/07/18 - 10:27 education
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Life at HOK | Biomimicry

This 'slice' of a larger HOK weblog the currently includes posts on:

  • the International Design Conference (Aspen) and the relationship between mathematics, nature and natural systems
  • a pointer to a TED talk by Dan Barber on foie gras and the...
2009/03/09 - 22:59 weblogs
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Cocktail Party Physics: Biomimicry

This 'slice' of a much larger weblog currently has posts on:

2009/03/09 - 17:03 weblogs
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Flintbox - ArtiSynth: A Biomechanical Simulation Toolkit

The ArtiSynth software package allows users to create and simulate dynamic mechanical models. It is specialized for creating biomechanical models of human anatomical structures, with the intention to study their function and...

2009/02/06 - 00:24 research
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Flintbox - Biomimicry applications to heat exchange systems

The Biomechanics Lab at St. Francis Xavier University is presently developing innovative new concepts related to biomimicry applications to manufactured heat exchange processes and systems. We seek industry partners and...

2009/02/06 - 00:21
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PlanktonTech - New approaches into bionics and evolution research
PlanktonTech is a Helmholtz Virtual Institute founded in 2008 at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Science by the Helmholtz Society, the largest science organization in Germany. PlanktonTech concentrates on fundamentals of the evolutionary mechanisms...
2009/01/22 - 10:22 institutes
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