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Animals have been using echolocation since God created them to do so.
Researchers have been studying the properties of the shark’s well-designed skin in order to help boaters keep their boats clean.
A researcher in Japan observed the kingfisher diving after fish and wondered if he could apply what he’d seen to a problem he was having.
Lotus plants grow in ponds and rivers, which can be very muddy, but their leaves always look clean and shiny. Why is this?
Pulling the burrs of the burdock thistles off his clothes and his dog, George de Mestral wanted to understand how these burrs clung to his clothing and his dog's fur.
Soon we’ll be able to see distant galaxies the way a scallop might see them! Sadly, scientists still believe evolution is responsible for the scallop’s incredible eye. But random chance and natural processes over millions of years could not possibly be responsible for a design so precise and seamless.
An engineering team at Princeton University is using biomimicry to develop cheaper solar panels that will absorb more sunlight.
Scientists have changed the genetic structure in some silkworms to make them produce stronger, more elastic silk. How did they do this?
After closely studying the Bombardier beetle, a group of scientists has made some amazing discoveries.
The amazing eye of the mantis shrimp is evidence of God's superior design.
One of God’s most amazing creatures is the little gecko, a lizard that is widely seen in insurance commercials.