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Biomimicry Energy Systems: What's Next?

By Noel Bakhtian
Biomimicry (also known as biomimetics) is the process of using natural-world mechanisms, many of which have evolved over billions of years, to inspire man-made designs and technological innovations

Biomimicr-E: Nature-Inspired Energy Systems

By Noel Bakhtian
Biomimicry (also known as biomimetics) is the process of using natural-world mechanisms, many of which have evolved over billions of years, to inspire man-made designs and technological innovations
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The Missing Manual: A User's Guide to the Mind

By Ruthanna Gordon
Whether it’s a computer, a car, a screwdriver, or a pen, you probably have a tool that you’ve used for years—and can use more effectively because you know it inside and out. But there’s a tool we
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Old drug finds potential new use in treating pancreatic cancer

By Judy Keen
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDA) is a particularly deadly form of cancer. Not only is it the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death in the US (lung, breast in women, prostate in men, and