Studying nature’s smallest rainbows may inspire new optical technologies
How does the male rainbow peacock spider make its intense rainbow iridescent signal to entice females? The answer has implications for a wide array of fields, including biotechnology.
For newest biomimicry graduate, it is all about the egg
Daphne Fecheyr-Lippens research here has focused on an economical and environmentally friendly use of waste chicken eggshells.
Unique iron ore caves of Brazil to be studied by UA geoscientists
The National Science Foundation has awarded $400,000 for groundbreaking research on cave formation.
University of Akron to graduate world’s first students with Ph.D. training in biomimicry
Nearly 3,000 UA students are graduating this spring. UA is hosting six commencement ceremonies at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall.
Biomimicry graduates already working to ensure sustainable future
The University of Akron graduated the first two students in the world with Ph.D.-level training in biomimicry during spring ommencement ceremonies.