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TitleIntroducing biomimetic approaches to materials development and product design for engineering students
Author(s)Cleymand, Franck
Rousseau, Marthe
Mano, J. F.
Materials science
Issue date2015
PublisherICE Publishing
JournalBioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials
CitationCleymand F., Rousseau M., Mano J. F. Introducing biomimetic approaches to materials development and product design for engineering students, Bioinspired Biomimetic And Nanobiomaterials, Vol. 4, pp. 207-212, doi:10.1680/jbibn.15.00004, 2015
Abstract(s)In this paper, we present a new course entitled “Biomimicry: from life to nanotechnological innovations” at the Mines Nancy Engineering School, Nancy, France, and explain how we developed a specific curriculum covering biomimicry. We discuss strategies that can be followed by teachers to explain selected contents in the multi-disciplinary field of biomimicry and/or bioinspiration to undergraduate students and how practical classroom activities can be conducted as individual or team work. We hope that sharing our experience will help teachers and senior researchers disseminate useful concepts and real examples of biomimetic principles and tools for the development of new materials, new/improved design and fabrication strategies, and innovation methodologies.
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