By: Dallon Adams January 28, 2017 Biomimicry, as it’s called, is a method for creating solutions to human challenges by emulating designs and ideas found in nature. It’s used everywhere: buildings, vehicles, and even materials — so we thought it’d be fun to round up a few of the most noteworthy examples. Bullet trains inspired by Kingfisher birds Antimicrobial film mimicking sharkskin Absorbing shock like a woodpecker Wind turbines modeled after Humpback whales Ventilation systems inspired by termites Continue reading about these and more biomimicry examples below. Source – Yahoo Tech *************** ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: Termite-inspired robots build castles....Read More
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