Throughout history, many leading thinkers have been inspired by the
parallels between nature and human design, in mathematics, engineering
and other areas. Today, the huge increase in biological knowledge
and developments in design engineering systems, together with the
growth in computer power and developments in simulation modelling,
have all made possible more comprehensive studies of nature. These developments have been reviewed biennially in a series of conferences first held in 2002. This book contains the papers presented at the latest conference in the series.
Topics include the following: Mechanics in nature; Nature and architecture; Biomimetics; Biological studies; Solutions from nature; Water issues.
The book will be of interest to researchers from around the world who
work on studies involving nature and its significance for modern scientific
thought and design.
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