Posted on February 1, 2018 by USAEOP
By Justin Jorge I’ve always been fascinated with the diversity and intricacy of organisms as well as the hands on, creative nature of making something. Through my studies I discovered biomechanics and biologically inspired design, fields where my once separate interests of biology and engineering were not only joined together but built off each other – knowledge in one subject leading to growth in the other. While in college, […] See More
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