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10 amazing uses for biomimicry in business

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How biomimicry is changing technology

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Danish researcher imitates nature to develop new sports technology

Can hedgehog spines inspire ways to prevent concussions?

Why hippos don't get sunburned (and what that has to do with business innovation

Why hippos don't get sunburned (and what that has to do with business innovation)

Reindeer antler secrets inspire stronger materials

Although scientists have not yet determined how antlers help reindeer fly, they are finding other useful properties from which we can learn

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Google Image Result for http://www.neublack.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/biomimicry.jpg Biomímesis Biomimética Biomimicry

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Nature's Wisdom: 9 Brilliant Examples of Biomimicry in Design

So many many man-made creations have been inspired by nature, animal physiology in particular.  But fashion... Biomimicry even goes beyond the fashionable animal prints we find printed on so many fabrics these days.  Here, for example, is a Bird Skull

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Awesome Biomimicry: Leaf Veins Inspire New Model for Water and Electricity Distribution Networks

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Epiphytic orchids often grow on the branches of trees in tropical forests. their unique structure allows them to absorb and store water. Wonderful example of intelligent design. photo by Phil Gates

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Nature-Inspired Innovation: 9 Examples of Biomimicry in Action

A great set of photos that show how Kingfisher's beak inspired the Bullet train design. Nature-Inspired Innovation: 9 Examples of Biomimicry in Action : TreeHugger

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Did you know that sharks inspired NASA boats and that butterflies inspired e-readers? If the answer is no, then check out this well-informed and educational infographic that can tell you everything you need to know, created by European Springs & Pressings LTD. The infographic that looks at some of the best examples of nature inspired biomimicry and provides lots of fun facts, such as how Velcro was designed after dogs fur and spy planes were modeled after bat wings.

Did you know that sharks inspired NASA boats and that butterflies inspired e-readers? If the answer is no, then check out this well-informed and educational infographic that can tell you everything you need to know, created by European Springs & Pressings LTD. The infographic that looks at some of the best examples of nature inspired biomimicry and provides lots of fun facts, such as how Velcro was designed after dogs fur and spy planes were modeled after bat wings.

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A perfect example of good architecture not in a building:: Zaha Hadid Designs a Superyacht for shipbuilding company Blohm+Voss, reaching 128 meters in length, and a supporting structure resembling the organic ecosystem below. The form appears dynamic, resembling the flow of water. Paired with the clear, clean, and white coated aesthetics, this yacht fits right in with the water in which it glides across.

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