The amazing design structures in organisms provide engineers with inspiring templates for creating better products.
Bristol University engineer Stuart Burgess goes deeper into the marvels of such sea creatures as the parrotfish, sling-jaw wrasse, and mantis shrimp.
The humble dandelion’s seeds are so optimized for lift and flight time that scientists wonder about borrowing its design for parachutes.
You could fill up a web publication’s daily coverage just with new wonders from the world of life. Would that be expected given Darwinian assumptions?
“Nothing in biology makes sense except…” Go ahead; complete that sentence yourself, with a yawn.