Biomimicry News

Squid beaks may revolutionize engineering

Squid beaks may revolutionize engineering Squid beaks may revolutionize engineering Jeremy Hance, mongabay.com March 27, 2008 Researchers uncover the secret of super-hard squid beaks. Graded beaks may revolutionize engineering When…

How falling a gecko lands on its feet

New research uncovers the super-tail of the gecko According to new research the gecko may have the most dynamic tail in the natural world. Two researchers from UC Berkley have…

Termites may produce cleaner biofuels

? Termites may produce cleaner biofuels Termites may produce cleaner biofuels mongabay.com November 23, 2007 Termites may be the key to greener, more effective biofuels, report scientists writing in the…

Butterfly biomimicry improves communications technology

Butterfly biomimicry improves communications technology Butterfly biomimicry improves communications technology mongabay.com December 11, 2006 A new DARPA-sponsored study says that biomimicry of butterfly wings can help researchers build complex photonic…