The computer chips and technology use a system of microscopic lines to transport information quite similar to living organisms' nervous systems.
You are right! There is a TED talk that explains a gnat's nervous system, and it is extremely complex and highly efficient.
Wow! I didn't know that. I thought gnats were simple creatures.
What about Velcro? It was inspired by the little hooks on burs.
The inventor of Velcro apparently got interested in those burrs sticking to him in the woods and looked at how they do it.
A robot. It can act like a human being.
A camera lens mimics a human eye. Nano-bugs (HexBugs) also mimics ants and bugs.
You are correct! In second trimester STEM we actually dissect an eye and compare it to a reverse engineered camera.
Cell phone transmitters use hexagons to transmit stuff, just like a beehive.
A bionic limb mimics the same movements of an actual limb, it's controlled by your brain, just like a real limb.
I learned something again! I did not know that you could control a bionic limb with your brain, but that makes sense.