Biomimetics (biomimicry) is a term first coined by Janine M. Benyus, an author and scientific observer from the American state of Montana. The term was later assessed and put into practice by many others. Literally meaning “the imitation of living organisms in nature”, this scientific field has been mentioned rather frequently, especially lately, in the world of technology and has significantly broadened people’s horizons. For example, according to recent studies featured on the December 2016 issue of Interface Focus journal, the flying robots called “Drones”, in other terms, unmanned aerial vehicles, are designed via inspiration received from nature.
International news website based in New York – USA, Rescue News, published Harun Yahya’s article “From Which Creatures Do Drones Draw Inspiration?” on February 28th 2017. You may read the article at the below links.