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Inspired by the hydrophobic properties of animals such as marine worm, researchers have developed a unique medical glue that adheres inside the body and reduces impact of invasive surgeries.
By reproducing the ultra fast mode of information flow developed by the hairs of cricket, high-performance micro electronic sensors are developed for technological or medical purposes.
On the model of diatoms, cellular microorganisms surrounded by a glass hull in the water, we are now able to manufacture a variety of materials, at room temperature, very useful for many industrial and medical applications.
Thanks to the properties of oxalogenic trees, which convert CO2 into limestone, CO2 can be sequestered while putting in place a sustainable agroforestry in developing countries.