Researchers are working on a tough type of glass that can’t become dirty–an invention that would have significant benefits to the solar panel industry.
Designers at IAMZ are using biomimicry to recreate not only the look but the actual function of trees in their latest New York City concept called the Chlorophyll Tower.
KeiKei sports a minimalist face made up of a grid of LEDs. But this smart watch doesn’t just substitute lights for clock hands.
Scientists have discovered something unusual about the firefly’s lantern, and it could lead to an easy upgrade for existing LEDs.
A new type of flexible, self-repairing concrete could revolutionize our infrastructure and save local governments millions.
Nature’s most abundant sunlight harvester—the leaf—inspires Princeton University scientists to design a solar cell with similar morphology.
Forget the pool boy and unwieldy corded pool vacuums; the solar-powered BUFO is here to save the day.
The Solar Lotus, a device for energy and heat generation, is an excellent example of the innovation biomimicry can inspire.
Researchers from MIT and Germany say that mimicking the sunflower in laying out concentrating solar power plants will boost their efficiency.
A group of scientists says by mimicking photosynthesis and using tiny molecular circuits, harvesting and transporting solar power could be made more efficient.