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    Anne Neville’s Fascination with Nature

    Liskiewicz, T ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0866-814X and Vincent, JFV (2023) Anne Neville’s Fascination with Nature. Tribology Letters, 71 (2). p. 61. ISSN 1023-8883

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    Biomimetics is an interdisciplinary field in which principles from engineering, chemistry and biology are applied to the synthesis of materials, synthetic systems or machines that have functions that mimic biological processes. In this paper, we want to capture the fascination nature held for Anne Neville, and the way she used biomimetics to inform her research. We are briefly reviewing Anne’s work involving natural systems, then look at biological systems that rely on lubrication and finally, we summarise how Anne’s research might have expanded and influenced the implementation of concepts leading to preservation of natural resources.

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