Bioinspired materials are manufactured materials whose design, properties, or capacity impersonate those of characteristic materials or living matter. Instances of bioinspired materials are light-reaping the photonic materials that copy photosynthesis, primary composites that mimic the construction of nacre, and metal actuators roused by the developments of jellyfish. Further development in smart materials would be the solution for artificial organs and other types of bio-implants.
- Rose petals
- lotus leaves
- shark skin
- exoskeletons of desert beetles and cactus spines