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Biomimetics

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more infos: Prof. I.C. Gebeshuber:
Supplementary Material for Nanotechnology lecture: http://www.iap.tuwien.ac.at/~gebeshuber/NT_bilder


Selected Reprints

D. Tinello, H. Winkler, M. Drack, I.C. Gebeshuber, D. Bevanda-Rauch
Bio-inspirierte Fabriklayouts, Natur-Modell für einen effizienten Materialfluss Hebezeuge und Fördermittel, Huss Medien Berlin, 03 (2018), S. 34 - 36.

I.C. Gebeshuber, G. van Aken
Editorial: Friction and Lubricants Related to Human Bodies Lubricants, 5 (2017), 4; S. 1 - 4.

I.C. Gebeshuber
Wo die Maschinen wachsen - Wie Lösungen aus dem Dschungel unser Leben verändern werden Ecowin, Österreich, 2016, ISBN: 978-3-7110-0090-3; 236 Seiten

M. Drack, I.C. Gebeshuber
Comment on “Innovation through imitation: biomimetic, bioinspired and biokleptic research” by A.E. Rawlings, J.P. Bramble and S.S. Staniland, Soft Matter, 2012, 8, 6675” Soft Matter 9 (2013) 2338 - 2340

I.C. Gebeshuber
Green nanotribology roceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C - Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 226 (2012) C2 347 - 358

O. Hekele, C. Gösselsberger, I.C. Gebeshuber
Nanodiagnostics performed on human red blood cells with atomic force microscopy Materials Science and Technology, 24 (2008), 9; 1162 - 1165.

C. Grünberger, R. Ritter, F. Aumayr, H. Stachelberger, I.C. Gebeshuber
Algal Biophysics: Euglena Gracilis Investigated by Atomic Force Microscopy Materials Science Forum, 555 (2007), 411 - 416.

Reviews:

S. Karman, S. Diah, I.C. Gebeshuber
Bio-Inspired Polarized Skylight-Based Navigation Sensors: A Review Sensors 12 (2012) 14232 - 14261

I.C. Gebeshuber, M. Drack, M. Scherge
Tribology in biology Tribology - Materials, Surfaces & Interfaces, 2(4) (2009), 200 - 212.

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