Tag: materials science
The Human Body as a Biomimetic Inspiration
As symbols of the perfection of human form, one might consider the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo’s David. But those don’t show the insides.
Applied Intelligent Design: Engineers Know Engineering When They See It
The adhesive properties of gecko toe pads, based on atomic van der Waals attraction, have been understood for years now.
Wise Oysters, Galloping Sea Stars, and More: Biological Marvels Keep Coming
There is more going on in biology than is dreamt of in materialist philosophy.
Care for Appetizers? Electric Proteins, Spidey Sense, and More
Welcome to the second day of the New Year! Like tasty sliders, these short news stories should get the juices flowing for big developments in 2020.
Walnuts: Intelligent Design in a Nutshell — Literally
Walnut shells are found to create 3-D puzzles with tissues that even toothy squirrels can’t easily crack.