Be BIO-Inspired

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Be BIO-Inspired

  1. 1. Be BIO-inspired!<br />Speaker: <br />Vice President of Education<br />Kim, Sung-Jin<br />April 6, 2010<br />Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
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  9. 9. <ul><li>SETAE: gecko’s small hair-like MICRO structure under its toe pad
  10. 10. SPATULAR: gecko’s small NANO structure divided from its single SETAE</li></ul>Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
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  13. 13. The Single Synthetic Hair: Detach Mechanism<br />Ref. Keller Autumn in Lewis & Clark College, Oregon, USA<br />Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  14. 14. StickyBot<br />Sang-Bae, Kim<br />MIT graduate student<br />Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  15. 15. Real Gecko’s Tail vs. StickyBot’s Tail <br />Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  16. 16. My Message<br />Definition of Biomutualism, Biomimetics, or Biomimicry:<br />“The examination of nature, its models, systems, processes, <br />and elements to emulate of take inspiration from <br />in order to solve human problems.”<br />Learn from nature and<br />apply some of the geckos’ mechanisms in real world!<br />Preserve its habitat!<br />Syracuse University Student Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />

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