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  • noun inspiration from biological organisms, as in design etc.

Etymologies

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bio- +‎ inspiration

Examples

  • Cockroaches offer 'bioinspiration' for creation of running robots WASHINGTON - A cockroach running on the kitchen floor could be a nauseating sight for many, but for researchers at Oregon State University the insects are "bioinspiration" in their quest to build the world's first legged robot that is capable of running effortlessly over rough terrain.

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  • Cockroaches offer 'bioinspiration' for creation of running robots WASHINGTON - A cockroach running on the kitchen floor could be a nauseating sight for many, but for researchers at Oregon State University the insects are "bioinspiration" in their quest to build the world's first legged robot that is capable of running effortlessly over rough terrain.

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  • Cockroaches offer 'bioinspiration' for creation of running robots

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  • Cockroaches offer 'bioinspiration' for creation of running robots

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  • The sight of a cockroach scurrying for cover may be nauseating, but the insect is also a biological and engineering marvel, and is providing researchers at Oregon State Univ. with what they call "bioinspiration" in a quest to build the world's first legged robot that is capable of running effortlessly over rough terrain.

    R&D Mag - News

  • The sight of a cockroach scurrying for cover may be nauseating, but the insect is also a biological and engineering marvel, and is providing researchers at Oregon State University with what they call "bioinspiration" in a quest to build the world's first legged robot that is capable of running effortlessly over rough terrain.

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  • In this regard, the field of biomimetics and bioinspiration is based on taking ideas and concepts from nature and implementing them in different fields of science, ranging from engineering to computing, aiming at the development of novel devices with desirable functionalities.

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  • Topics of interest cover any relevant aspects of biomimetics and bioinspiration, from production and characterization to practical applications.

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  • Hong uses bioinspiration to create something more than just a mimicry of a living being, and he predicts he was selected for the top ten because of this pioneering take on construction.

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  • bioinspiration, n.

    The Guardian, 18 February 2016:

    But the same biomimetic approach means a drone could be mistaken for a bird, even by other birds: US military Raven drones were reportedly knocked out of the sky by hawks. In any case, rather than biomimicry, Rafael Palacios of Imperial College’s department of aeronautics and one of the researchers behind the new bat-winged MAV, prefers the word bioinspiration.

    March 1, 2016

  • MIT News has a tag for bioinspiration. Check out the stories!

    February 10, 2020