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Biomimética | Biomimicry

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Inovação inspirada pela natureza. Innovation inspired by nature.

Giane Brocco
Solar and Water-Powered Street Lights Take a Cue from the Mango Leaf solar powered street lights in India. Mimicking the structure of a seedling and the shape of mango leaves, the concept design captures not just sunlight but also rain to power the lamps. Solar Powered Street Lights, Solar Street Light, Urban Furniture, Street Furniture, Lamp Design, Lighting Design, Bio Design, Street Light Design, Alternative Energie

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Bosco Verticale is a towering structure, currently under construction in Milan, Italy. Once complete, the tower will be home to the world's first vertical forest. Read more: Bosco Verticale in Milan Will Be the World's First Vertical Forest Vertical Forest, Vertical Gardens, Vertical Farming, Green Architecture, Architecture Design, Landscape Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Architecture Company, Fashion Architecture

Bosco Verticale in Milan Will Be the World's First Vertical Forest

Designed by Stefano Boeri, the Bosco Verticale is a towering 27-story structure, currently under construction in Milan, Italy. Once complete, the tower will be home to the world's first vertical forest.

Biomimicry: Structural Color | Beautiful Networks Biomimicry Architecture, Parametric Design, Structural Color, Biomimicry Examples, Contemporary Philosophy, E Design, Graphic Design, Smart Materials, Systems Biology

Biomimicry: Structural Color

by Mari Nakano Morphotex is a material that illuminates color without pigments. As graphic designers are looking into ways of incorporating sustainability in their practices, they are seeking ways …

In this inspiring talk about recent developments in biomimicry, Janine Benyus provides heartening examples of ways in which nature is already influencing the products and systems we build. Biomimicry Architecture, Biophilic Architecture, Parametric Design, Landscape Architecture, Biomimicry Examples, Systems Thinking, Tech Art, Life Design, Thoughts

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Move over, spider silk. Turns out you're not the toughest natural material out there. Though spider silk has long been considered the world's strongest biological material, new research shows that the tiny teeth of limpets -- small aquatic snail-l. Scanning Electron Microscope Images, Microscope Pictures, Science News Articles, Tech Image, Spider Silk, Spider Webs, Microscopic Images, New Scientist, Material Science

Limpets sink their teeth into world's strongest natural material crown

Scientists now have a new source of inspiration in the form of limpet teeth, which are made of a material researchers say is potentially stronger than spider silk, is comparable in strength to the strongest commercial carbon fibers, and could one day be copied for use in cars, boats and planes.

Treatment Inspired By Nature - Newsroom United States Long Legs, Funny Cute, Wonders Of The World, Animal Pictures, Wildlife, United States, Inspiration, Inspired, Nikon D80

Treatment Inspired By Nature - 3M Newsroom United States | Biomimicry 3.8

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Zebra mussels can detect toxins in water and companies search the seas for ways to protect water Velvet Worm, Hiding Spots, Life Form, Mussels, Worms, Stuffed Mushrooms, Michigan, Water, Fotografia

Companies search the seas for ways to protect water

Zebra mussels can detect toxins in water. So maybe Avon Lake Regional Water can learn something from them. Turns out, fish and other underwater life forms can perform some interesting tricks with water. Given that they've been submerged in it for millions if not billions of years.

Biology Inspires Idea for Improving Lithium Ion Batteries: Borrowing the method organisms use to build mineralized tissues could lead to better performing lithium ion batteries Alternative Energy Sources, Scientific American, Air Pollution, Science And Technology, Climate Change, Biology, The Borrowers, Inspiration, Fossil

Biology Inspires Idea for Improving Lithium Ion Batteries | Biomimicry 3.8

Borrowing the method organisms use to build mineralized tissues could lead to better performing lithium ion batteries