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Frontiers in Life Sciences Conference:

Social Biomimicry: Insect Societies and Human Design

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Published by:
ASU SOLS
Published:
9/8/2014
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
38 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Science & Nature
Tags:
Arizona State University, ASU, biology, frontiers, insects, School of Life Sciences, social insect science, sols frontiers

Biomimicry, also known as biomimetics or biologically inspired design, involves imitating nature‘s forms and processes to more effectively and sustainably meet design challenges. Although humans have always sought inspiration from natural systems, the use of biology as a design tool is becoming more formalized and is increasingly spurring innovation.

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