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Biomimetics

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  • 1. Biomimetics •Bionics •Biogenesis •Biomimicry
  • 2. WHAT IS BIOMIMETICS? --BIOS=LIFE & MIMESIS=IMITATE--BIOMIMETICS DEALS WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OFINNOVATIONS ON THE BASIS OF INVESTIGATION OFCHEMICAL/BIOLOGOCALSTRUCTURES, FUNTIONS, METHODS,PROCESSES ANDSYSTEMS.-- NATURE ACTS AS ‘THE MODEL’ IN OUR EFFORTSTOWARDS ADDRESSING HUMAN NEEDS.
  • 3. Term coined by Otto H. Schmitt in 1969."taking design ideas from nature"
  • 4. MIMICKING CAN BE DONE BY USINGEITHERNatural substitutes or Synthetic substitutes
  • 5. Why synthetic materials?Natural materials Synthetic materials Less availability  More availability Difficulty in isolation  Relatively easier Reduced amenability synthesis Risk of pathogen  Tailorability transmission  Reduced risk of Immunogenic reaction pathogen transmission when used as an  Biocompatibility,biode implant. gradability .
  • 6.  Structural Functional Structural-functional Biological process mimicking.
  • 7. What can lotus teach us?Unstickyness and hydrophobicity unsticky or water resistant technology.
  • 8. Nature inspired solutions areevery where…. Energy usage buildings inspired by termite moulds.
  • 9. Bionic car inspired by the boxfish.
  • 10. Bullet train motion inspired bykingfisher.
  • 11. Coloured butterfly wings inspired the reflectivewindows. Slide 20
  • 12. Biomimic approach : In tissueengineeringHuman tissue=Cells+ECM+signalling moleculesECM=collagen+proteoglycan.ECM play important role.
  • 13. So artificial ECM can be madefor regenerating cells or tissuesNaturally by choosing collagen andglucosaminoglycon from natural source. OrSynthetic mimics with similar structure orfunction (ex:chitosan and gelatin hydrogel) areused.
  • 14. Other recent projects… combat.Artificial human organs. human robots and many more.
  • 15. THANK YOU.

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