Nature's Machines: The Story of Biomechanist Mimi Koehl

Parks, Deborah Joseph Henry Press National Academy of Sciences

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Éditeur
National Academies Press
Pages
128
Parution
avril 2006
Format
Livre broché
Langue
Anglais
Dimensions
254 × 178 × 8 cm
EAN
9780309095594
  • Résumé

Mimi Koehl is a biomechanist. She uses engineering and physics to study the designs of living things that fly, swim, drift, and crawl. She loves solving riddles about how creatures 'from feathered dinosaurs to flying frogs' live and move. This book presents her story.
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