Posted: September 23, 2011 Filed under: Biology Research, Biomimicry Methodology | Tags: alena konyk biology to design, biology and design research, concept definition, concept harvesting, design research and biomimicry, how to read a science paper, the difference between science and design
Alëna's superb and brave diagram above is kind of fascinating... I think this warrants a full discussion in the future...
For those of you who haven’t met Alëna, or followed her comments within the blog, I’d just like to point out that she is bloody superb. On her blog there is an excellent overview of “how to read science papers” that is a superb resource. For the most part, I’m probably going to repeat what Alëna already laid out beautifully, but thought I should put it in my own words and lock it in.
How to read a science paper
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