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Zlato Fagundes Jan 17
Outside of being left completely mesmerized by termites, by ⁦⁩ made me think how important historical context/bias is to viewing sciences. Wide ranging journalistic work overall - fun ride!
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EOS GmbH 18h
Explore how AM Ventures & developed extremely complex parts using intelligent software solutions for applications. More, here:
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Biomimicry Institute 11h
Our planet needs nature-inspired changemakers. Are you one of them? Join the Challenge and start creating solutions to our most pressing sustainability problems. Learn more and sign up!
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Katie Wilhoit 7h
“When we look at what is truly sustainable, the only real model that has worked over long periods of time is the natural world.” -
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tmigratorius 2h
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Brooks McKinney Jan 20
If you’ve ever wondered how glider pilots mimic the flight behavior of birds, check out my latest offering on and for ’s Now technology website.
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Biomimetics Sciences Institute 16h
Understanding seagulls’ ability to maneuver through windy conditions could be the key to developing new and improved airplane wings.
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Theo Jan 19
True green energy will start off green. It takes a lot of dirty energy to produce those batteries and panels. Advancements are coming though. Thanks to butterfly wings, these panels will be more efficient.
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Biomimicry Institute Jan 18
“Success in nature means you have to figure out how to take care of your offspring 10k generations from now. And the only way to take care of them is to take care of the place that will take care of them.” interviews
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tmigratorius 1h
Rainbow peacock spiders inspire miniature super-iridescent optics.
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Seed The Change | He Kākano Hāpai 2h
What Is Hidden From Us via @JanineBeynus
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Christa Avampato🌃📚🐶 Jan 20
Today I worked my 1st case study for . I'm so jazzed it's like I've had 5 cups of v. strong coffee! I'm studying coral reef organisms' ability to manage photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) & ultraviolet radiation (UVR) to create nontoxic sunscreen.
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Institute for Nanoscale Science & Technolology 5h
Chameleons put mechanochromics (molecules which change colour when exposed to a mechanical force) to great use, but we need to fully understand how to design molecules with the same properties before we can do the same. Thanks Partha Hazra!
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Dhruv Bhate Jan 18
Reason # 9 to visit the Innovation Hub on Saturday, Feb 2, 2019: Learn about how our study of insect nests (with ) is helping us design better aerospace components for . Visit to learn more!
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La Cusinga Lodge Spa Jan 20
Thank you to the group. An Honor 🙏🏽 @ La Cusinga Eco Lodge
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SDP/SI 14h
As impressive and life-changing the invention and evolution of mechanical gears is, it seems that nature beat us to the draw.
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Capensis Jan 12
Bees are amazing for many more reasons than honey! Here, scientists study bees and use lessons learnt from their behaviour to reduce carbon emissions and costs for airlines.
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Med.Hack(+) Jan 20
This looks like a good show to watch. I'm excited to see what Prof. is working on.
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tmigratorius 18h
"Create conditions conducive to life" is a pattern of how nature has learned to thrive on Earth. Good idea!
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Clément Lapierre Jan 15
Today is the first day of a Hackathon about "how can biomimicry provide solutions on how to build bridges" at in Rotterdam! Two days of exciting I'm very excited to help solving!
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