What is it about a dog’s sense of smell that has inspired scientists to try and copy its capabilities?
Glue that mimics slug slime could become part of every surgeon’s tool kit, eliminating the need for stitches and staples.
How does the structure of the shark’s skin help it to remain parasite free?
Why are shipping companies interested in its unique abilities?
What makes limpet teeth even stronger than spider silk?
The barnacles’ glue is said to be far superior to any synthetic products. But how barnacles adhere to wet surfaces remained a mystery until recently.
See why the seahorse’s unique tail is inspiring the next generation of robotics.
How is the unfading color of bird feathers paving the way for better paints and fabrics?
The intricate structure of the owl’s wing could hold the key to quieter wind turbines.
How does such a small creature outfly even the most experienced pilots?
Ants avoid gridlock. What is their strategy?
This tiny insect needs to keep itself clean in order to survive. How does it care for this basic task?
What is it about the cabbage white butterfly that has helped engineers to design better solar panels?