Taking notes from nature

3 examples of scientists using biomimicry for human improvement

Humans are innovative but has it been done before? Learning from and mimicking nature for human designs is known as biomimicry. Find out how inspiring nature truly is when scientists utilise biomimicry in order to successfully create intelligent mechanisms:

Reducing carbon dioxide and making cement

How a kingfisher helped an engineer

Biobots inspired by nature

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