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Proposals for research into Biomimetics 01.05.2020 and Staff

  1. Further investigations into the Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Biological Hooks in Nature. This topic requires further research, into the variety of shapes and strata that should be investigated to produce a full mapping of biological attachment mechanisms. A visit to collections such as those at the Natural History Museum should yield plenty of specimens. Tahai Zim (3)
  2. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Spinerets in Nature. The production of spider silk has already been investigated in one form. A further study of these structures should yield a variety of methods and silks. Karl Joffert (1) Tahai Zim (2) Christal Emmer (1)
  3. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Ear Drums in Nature. Dogs, cats, cows, horses, sheep….the list goes on as we study the structure and properties of eardrums and their sensors. Mhxia Lawrence (3) Tatiana Aleksin (3) Seffren Sum (2) Tahai Zim (1)
  4. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Eyes in Nature. Again. For the purposes of robotic sensors, we study eyes in situations for their properties and their environments. Fish, animals, spiders, insects…the emphasis is on soft Robotics and robotic sensors. Karl Joffert (2) Seffren Sum (3) Carnastro Zumo (1) Catanastro Muki (3) Cazano di Marc (1) Angela Cry (1)
  5. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Claws in Nature. Of keratin, these provide a larger specimen of hook for investigation. Karl Joffert (3)
  6. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Reproductive Organs in Nature. Reproduction in Nature needs study with an ambition of generating ideas for other forms of life. Seffren Sum (1) Carnastro Zumo (3) Christal Emmer (3) Cazano di Marc (3) Jokomono Xai (1) Angela Cry (3)
  7. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Bat’s Ears in Nature. A larger specimen such as the fruit bat could be selected for intense study. Sensors. Carnastro Zumo (2) Christal Emmer (2) Jokomono Xai (2) Angela Cry (2)
  8. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Shark skin in Nature. A biomimetic study has not been carried out. Jokomono Xai (3)
  9. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Shark Fins in Nature. Again a biomimetic study has not been carried out.
  10. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Snake Fangs in Nature. For the purposes of sensors and skin adhesion, a Biomimetic study.
  11. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Snake Skin in Nature. As in 10 above.
  12. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of the mouths of Baleen Whales in Nature. If we could harvest plankton as an energy source….Mhxia Lawrence (2) Tatiana A (2)
  13. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of gills in Nature. A Biomimetic study to produce sensors for assessing water purity and salinity for example. Tatiana Aleksin (1)
  14. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Camel Feet = they secrete moisture into the sand beneath their weight which gives added support on soft sand creating a region of denser sand. Grip on sand for terrestrial mobility on sand for robots. Taken by Mhxia Lawrence (1)(S.A.)
  15. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of cow’s teeth – wear patterns and such-like. Catanastro Muki (1)
  16. The Functional Ecology of Mammalian Hamstrings Catanastro Muki (2)
  17. The Functional Ecology and Mechanical Properties of Cow Horn Cazano di Marc (2)
  18. The word of God through the use of man and machine. It could be the use of man or the right of when to make it happen in the eyes of the man who uses it or the right of all to make the end of the world seem easy by the work of the one who couldn’t make the cut.
  19. The use of the one thing called God to make it in the end of all things to the right of one to the end of others like the work of mine to the work of then and that is all to the end of all things.
  20. The use of things about the right of one that do not go but ask for the same but do not know when to ask for the right of all to be here when they ask it of the work that they ask for.
  21. it takes a long time to make it to the end of all things again and that is why they say it to then and there etc end.
  22. The use of the word of God to make them see what it is they want and why they want to have it in sequence wen they do not know how to do it.
  23. The use of man to make it in the end to the start of all tings at which they begin and do not know it but ask again and again about it too and that is all abou0t the work of none and that e all about it and you know it to the end of time and that be all except to say it is not here but there where they all ask what it is about and that is all about the right of one and that is good about it in the end of it too and that is why they say it to then and there etc end.
  24. The time is here to make it all seem like they are here in eternity and that makes it all seem like the end of time and not here but there where they all did the end of time and not the start but the begin and that is where they all be and that is good for all and not here but there in the other side of zero.
  25. It takes a lot of time to make it all the way to the end of time. This is about the right of way to make it into the gorge of hate. Called the End what is the time of it and when does it take in the end of the world like we know it to be?
  26. Now that we all understand that it is about time they did not know it but they do so it is all about the right and left of it too and that is why they say it to and not here but there where they did not know it but to he did not show it etc end.

Bound for Cambridge

Angela Cry

Cazano di Marc

Catanastro Muki

Mhxia Lawrence

Tatiana Aleksin

Jokomono Xai

Christal Emmer

Angela Cry

Seffren Sum

Cazano di Marc

Karl Joffert

Tahai Zim

STAFF

  1. B E Saunders Prof 1
  2. A. Pre Prof
  3. P Ford Prof and Meri
  4. G Nowitz Prof
  5. T Moon Prof
  6. C Theron Prof
  7. F Jones Prof
  8. D James Prof (Theology)
  9. D Haine Prof
  10. J Hunt Prof E Med Sci
  11. A Veasey Prof
  12. S Hawking Prof

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