Tag: Bristol University
Peer-Reviewed Paper Answers Claims of “Bad Design” of the Human Foot/Ankle
Many who have studied the foot recognized its “excellent design.” Leonardo da Vinci called the human foot “a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.”
Burgess: Claims of “Poor Design” in Skeletal Joints Are Based on Critics’ Lack of Training in Engineering
Burgess’s lecture confronts one of the most common abuses of science aimed at suppressing the evidence for design in biology.
Jaw Dropping: Nature’s Irreducibly Complex Linkage Mechanisms
Bristol University engineer Stuart Burgess goes deeper into the marvels of such sea creatures as the parrotfish, sling-jaw wrasse, and mantis shrimp.
Stuart Burgess: Biology’s Designs Tutor Our Top Engineers
The human knee is still well ahead of what even the most advanced human engineers have managed.