Biomimetics: Learning from Life


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Biomimetics: Learning from Life
10102041010203 Biomimetics: Learning from LifeMelissa Sterry
3.8 Billion Years in the Making: An Introduction to Biomimetics
"Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" —Charles Caleb Colton
Mimicry is one of the most commonplace behaviors exhibited by living things. Many flora and fauna species use mimicry to merge with their surroundings, many as a means to hide from predators or prey. Humans engage in mimicry for many purposes, including, among other things, social bondin…
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Praveen Gupta, MSEE; Brett E. Trusko, Ph.D., MBA,: Global Innovation Science Handbook. Biomimetics: Learning from Life, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export