How can nature's architecture inspire next generation technology?
Free public lecture
How can something appear green, without a colour pigment?
Dr Gerd Schröder-Turk is leading research to discover how naturally-occurring nanostructures are doing just that in organisms such as the green butterfly.
Millionths of a millimetre in size, Dr Schröder-Turk will examine how and why nature uses these structures, how they are produced, and how we can reproduce these structures to inspire new technologies.
Dr Schröder-Turk is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Information Technology, leading research in 'materials geometry'.
|Contact Name||Fiona Mochrie|
|Location||Murdoch Unibersity 90 South St Murdoch|
|Start Date||16 October 2017|
|End Date||16 October 2017|