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Inventor's Manual (TRIZ)

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2014/07/27 - 09:34 BioTRIZ, innovation, TRIZ
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Inventor's Manual

by Dr Nikolay R Bogatyrev (Author), Mikhail N Bogatyrev (Illustrator) and Dr Olga A Bogatyreva.  Also...

2015/01/19 - 16:10 BioTRIZ, TRIZ
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Introduction to Investment Readiness: MaRS’ online startup capital course

The challenge of funding often comes up in bio-inspired design discussions and generates a lot of interest, as demonstrated by the April 2015 B3D webinar on funding hosted by...

2016/01/24 - 20:37 funding, MaRS, online course
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Introduction to Biomimicry

2014/02/19 Updated

At Biomimicry 3.8, we believe there is no better design partner than nature. But biomimicry is more than just looking at the shape of a flower or dragonfly and becoming newly inspired; it’s a...

2012/07/09 - 12:32 biomimicry, education
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Interview with Julian Vincent

Susana Soares interviewed Julian Vincent, professor of Biomimetics at the University of Bath and director of Biomimetic and Natural Technologies.   The 11.5 minute video clip starts with a discussion about how to "get engineers...

2008/09/13 - 19:28 research, Vincent
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International Society of Bionic Engineering

The International Society of Bionic Engineering (ISBE) is an educational, non-profit, non-political organization formed in 2010 to foster the exchange of information on bionic engineering research, development and application.

2014/10/11 - 14:01 biomimetics, bionics, engineering, journal
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Insects Did It First

Marianne Alleyne is a research Scientist in the Department of Entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Her blog highlights research in "new technologies that were inspired by insects or basic discoveries about insect...

2013/06/05 - 11:07 creativity, insects, research
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INCOSE/INSIGHT Special Edition: Natural Systems

The International...

2016/06/14 - 10:13 INCOSE, natural systems, NSWG
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Ignacio Urbina Polo’s Biomimicry Feed

Ignacio Urbina Polo is an industrial designer on the faculty of the Industrial Design Department at Pratt Institute (New York).  He has been teaching design with a...

2012/05/12 - 07:41
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IET Journals Moving to Open Access

Just wanted to let you know that The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is to become the first engineering, not-for-profit publisher to adopt an open access model with the launch of a comprehensive, online-only open access journal. Open access options will also be...

2012/08/04 - 14:27 engineering, journal, open access
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