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BioDentistry or Biomimetic Dentistry is a new way of dentistry which takes advantages of the natural mineralization processes in the mouth without...
Generate incredibly complicated artificial lifeforms that are based on real biological systems.
This app allows users to control the biomimetic robotic fish developed by the Dynamical Systems Laboratory at NYU-Poly. In addition, you can also...
How do we imagine the cities of tomorrow? This is one of the most difficult questions that architects, designers, and urban planners need to answer...
App Search by Mimvi - Explore & Discover the World of Apps Available for Android
BioDesign #3by Dennis DollensBioDesign #3 is the iPhone/iTouch edition of Architecture Biomimetics #3: A Pangolins Guide to Bio-Digital Movement in...
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have designed a system that allows its VelociRoach robot to launch an ornithopter micro-aerial vehicle.
Scare off birds, humans and drones with this radio-controlled pterodactyl flying around on Kickstarter. It even lets out a hair-raising screech.
Using gallium, a metal with a very low melting point, researchers have developed a self-powered, shape-shifting liquid metal motor.
The United States Navy tests out an unmanned, underwater drone called the GhostSwimmer. It prowls through the water just like a massive shark.
A research team has been given a US$855,000 grant to start research on printing's next step: the fourth dimension.
Slimy hagfish may hold the key to a new fabric that's stronger than nylon and more eco-friendly than polyester.
It wriggles, it writhes, it explores your insides! The hardy Meshworm crawls like the real thing and could take on military tasks.
That innocent-looking jellyfish floating along in the ocean may actually be Robojelly, a hydrogen-fueled robot surveillance jellyfish in development for the Navy.
Bundle up! Jack Frost scarf by geek designer and former "Project Runway" contestant changes patterns according to temperature.
New aquatic microrobot out of China can walk and turn freely on the surface of water by mimicking insects that can do the same.