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  • Fluid dynamics, scaling laws and plesiosaur locomotion 9. August 2022
    The evolutionary success of plesiosaurs has led to much attention regarding the dynamics of their locomotion. They exhibit identical tandem flippers, which is unique among all living and extinct species. However, these tandem flippers have been a source of debate regarding plesiosaurs’ locomotion and behavior. Here we propose a new approach to studying plesiosaur locomotion […]
    Ali Pourfarzan, Donald M Henderson and Jaime G Wong
  • Detection of passageways in natural foliage using biomimetic sonar 9. August 2022
    The ability of certain bat species to navigate in dense vegetation based on trains of short biosonar echoes could provide for an alternative parsimonious approach to obtaining the sensory information that is needed to achieve autonomy in complex natural environments. Although bat biosonar has much lower data rates and spatial (angular) resolution than commonly used […]
    Ruihao Wang, Yimeng Liu and Rolf Müller
  • A robotic leg inspired from an insect leg 8. August 2022
    While most insect-inspired robots come with a simple tarsus, such as a hemispherical foot tip, insect legs have complex tarsal structures and claws, which enable them to walk on complex terrain. Their sharp claws can smoothly attach and detach on plant surfaces by actuating a single muscle. Thus, installing an insect-inspired tarsus on legged robots […]
    P Thanh Tran-Ngoc, Leslie Ziqi Lim, Jia Hui Gan, Hong Wang, T Thang Vo-Doan and Hirotaka Sato

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  • Nested epistasis enhancer networks for robust genome regulation | Science 11. August 2022
    Mammalian genomes possess multiple enhancers spanning an ultralong distance (>megabases) to modulate important genes, yet it is unclear how these enhancers coordinate to achieve this task. Here, we combine multiplexed CRISPRi screening with machine ...
  • Editorial Retraction | Science 9. August 2022
    On 22 August 2014, Science published the Research Article “Chemically mediated behavior of recruiting corals and fishes: A tipping point that may limit reef recovery” by D. L. Dixson et al. (1). On 17 February, we published an Editorial Expression of Concern (2) after being made aware of data manipulation accusations pertaining to this paper. […]
  • Pituitary hormone α-MSH promotes tumor-induced myelopoiesis and immunosuppression | Science 4. August 2022
    The hypothalamic-pituitary (HP) unit can produce various hormones to regulate immune responses and some of its downstream hormones or effectors are elevated in cancer patients. We show that HP unit can promote myelopoiesis and immunosuppression to ...

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  • Synapse: Spark Biomimicry Ideas 26. August 2019
    Synapse by Biomimicry 3.8 is an environment for our staff to share their expertise and thought leadership in biomimicry with the world. It’s our way of inviting you to join us in our awe for the natural world and discover the inspirational ways that innovators from around the world are using biomimicry to solve tough challenges, […]
    jessica
  • Beautiful News South Africa implements Biomimicry into Town Design 27. June 2018
    “For us to coexist with nature I think we really need to humble ourselves and learn from nature,” Swain says. As the founder of the NPO BioWise, she uses biomimicry to create sustainable solutions to environmental problems.   To see the whole article and more, check out Beautiful News South Africa’s Facebook page. The post […]
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  • Impressive Impact: 2016-2018 Cohort Grads Ready to Lead 24. April 2018
    The newest set of Certified Biomimicry Professionals graduated during a ceremony in Kona, Hawaii The post Impressive Impact: 2016-2018 Cohort Grads Ready to Lead appeared first on Biomimicry 3.8.
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