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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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Janine Benyus on Biomimicry in Design on TH Radio (Part Two) : TreeHugger

The second part of the interview starts with the core principles of biomimicry: learning from nature, seeing what natures does (or does not do) within a specific context, and trying to understand the principles.  Rather than using the products of nature or domesticating nature,...

2009/01/21 - 21:41 interview
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Janine Benyus on Biomimicry in Design on TH Radio (Part One) : TreeHugger

The first interview describes the AskNature.org project, a portal that allows non-biologists to access solutions in the nature world by their function, rather than through the more traditional biological classification systems.  Janine describes the wealth of...

2009/01/21 - 19:22 interview
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Topics in Scitable - Learn At Scitable (Genetics)

A new service of Nature Publishing, "Scitable brings together a library of scientific overviews with a worldwide community of scientists, researchers, teachers, and students."  In addition to promoting learning, it supports online collaboration, publishing of...

2009/01/21 - 15:11 collaboration, websites
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Bio-Inspired Technologies: Prof. Christofer Toumazou

This article in Ingenia, December 2008, (37), 20-26, discusses the work of Professor Christofer Toumazou, founder of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London.  The Institute has brought together scientists, medical researchers, clinicians and engineers to drive major...

2009/01/21 - 14:46 articles, institutes
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BIOKON - Bionics Competence Network

"The Bionics Competence Network BIOKON is an association of the most important research groups in the field of bionics in Germany.

The Bionics Competence Network (BIOKON) hosts the 28 major players in the field...
2009/01/19 - 10:23 websites
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