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OpenWetWare

I recently received the following e-mail from OpenWetWare, the collaboration site used by the Institute for Biological Engineering.  The Lab Notebook is based on MediaWiki, the platform for Wikipedia.  Although there is a learning curve, it is relatively easy to...

2008/08/01 - 14:19 collaboration
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IBE: Biomimicry Workshop 2008 - OpenWetWare

This Wiki includes three of the biomimicry presentations at the 2008 IBE conference (held March 6-9 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina).  A article on Peter Fiske's presentation was published in the June 2008 ...

2008/08/01 - 13:24 websites
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HowStuffWorks "How Biomimicry Works"

A good summary of biomimicry with a number of examples and references.  Sections include:

2008/08/01 - 12:28 websites
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PAX Scientific - Extracting the Mathematics of Nature

This post provides background and links to Jay Harman's PAX Scientific and the PAX family of companies. 

Additional information about PAX Scientific can be found in the June 2008 (Peter Fiske, biomimetic design in fluid handling) and...

2008/07/31 - 23:39 websites
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Dr. Darren Bagnall (Southampton University)

"Dr. Darren Bagnall is a senior lecturer in Microelectronics in the Nanoscale Systems Integration Group of the School of Electronics and Computer Science at Southampton University.

With a team of three Post-Docs and eight PhD...

2008/07/31 - 17:02 research
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Entrepreneurs of the Natural World Showcase Their Groundbreaking Solutions to the Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century (UNEP)
2008/07/29 - 12:20 books, databases
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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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Research in Germany: Germany: Europe's leader in science

The site includes references to a large number of projects, including biotechnology (including plant genome research and bioplastics), the...

2007/06/24 - 13:49 websites
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webcast.berkeley | Courses | Schedule

Berkeley has made available a wide range of lectures as webcasts and/or podcasts.  Of interest to this group are the General Biology (1A, 1B) and General Biology Lab materials. 

Thanks to Curt McNamara for the pointer!

2006/11/17 - 13:15 course material, websites
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Welcome to The Pax Group

PaxGroup is an engineering company headed up by Paul Hawken that has licensed the PAX Scientific technologies for moving air.  Currently, three companies comprise PaxGroup:

  • PaxFan (appliance, refrigeration, process and heating/ventilation/air conditioning)

PaxIT...
2006/11/14 - 13:56 websites
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randomness