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Bionics by Group 2

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Bionics

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Bionics by Group 2

  1. 1. Bionics - an interdisciplinary science that studies the structure and principles of operation of organisms and their adaptation in technology. Technical equipment is built as the model of the organisms.
  2. 2. Patents developed by researchers use the solutions found in nature. Developing new solutions through biomimetics will help to reduce randomness in scientific research and make it easier to generate new solutions.
  3. 3. Examples of biomimetics in engineering include the hulls of boats imitating the thick skin of dolphins, sonar, radar; in medicine - medical ultrasounds imitating the voice of bats.
  4. 4. Within Information Technology, research in field of biomimetics have been used in cybernetics, artificial neurons, artificial networks, and the miniaturization of silicon components for the imitating natural neurons
  5. 5. An expert of biomimetics - Julian Vincent- a lecturer at the University of Bath in the UK, believes that currently only 10% or maybe less of the solutions inspired by nature and applied in lives of human beings, we are able to imitate.
  6. 6. In medicine bionics means replacing or supporting different organs and body parts by devices that very well imitate their natural functions, in contrast to the prosthesis. The cochlear implant for the deaf is the most well known.
  7. 7. Implants or artificial organs, or artificial parts of the body, are intended to restore the normal function of the human biological system. Depending on their location and function, they can replace or support various parts of the human body
  8. 8. Significant opportunities in the field of artificial organs allowed to develop a new science called bionics.

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