Biomimicry is the science and practice of emulating nature’s best biological ideas to solve human problems. Here are some examples of biomimicry in action. On AskNature, the ways that organisms and systems have adapted in response to functional challenges are called strategies. The Biomimicry. Taxonomy. BIOMIMICRY: AND THE FUTURE. Bio mimicry has clearly illustrated the functionality of nanotechlogy. Industry has seen and in many instances replicated the.

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