As nanotechnology, or the building of machines at the molecule scale, and biomimicry has progressed and advanced, electronic skin and even electronic
Engineering improved materials through biomimicry and the study of human skin
Decreasing environmental impact by applying termite mound technology in structural engineering
Studying the possibilities of mechanical engineering advances through biomimicry, emphasizing the razor clam.
Discussion on utilizing nature to help advances in electrical engineering and electronics cooling through biomimicry.
Discussion regarding mechanical engineering opportunities by looking at the characteristics of nature using computational fluid dynamics as a tool
Discussion around shark skin and how mechanical engineers using computational fluid dynamics and 3D CAD can mimic them for technological advances.