This week we explore the collected knowledge of work by three research institutes (National Academy of Sciences, Seoul National University and UC Santa Barbara) to image possibles within our medical device design and development applications.
What can an ovipositor can do? How does it relate to space exploration and medical devices? Let’s explore what makes these Ichneumonoidea wasps so interesting.
Life adapts and evolves. Biomimcry is nested within that statement and can take you wherever you wish to go. The question is, how far do YOU want to take it?
Various forms of nature—from worms to geckos—have provided us with clues on how to create effective adhesives that can bind anatomical structures together long enough to allow natural healing to occur.
Apart from Speedo swimsuits, what other biomimicry learnings from Shark skin can we use for medical devices?
Nature has already figured out a way, which can give you an edge over the competition, help you save time and money, open doors to ‘Blue Ocean’ markets, and be effective, efficient and sustainable.