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Biomimetic and Bioinspired Science & Technology

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Abstract

In addition to its strategic roles in such fields as energy, environment, gene technologies as described in the proceeding chapters and sections, the biological world also provides mankind with a unique reservoir of intelligent resource which inspires mankind to investigate and mimick biological systems for technology creations and innovations from the perspective of engineering and technology at varying levels including the material, structure, function and information control.

Keywords

Nanometer Scale Spider Silk Biomass Resource Biological World Biomimetic Material 
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