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Biomimetics (i.e. bio-inspired engineering) is increasingly energizing the commercialization of nano- and micro-engineering among others. The surface structures found on moth eyes, for instance, have inspired the development of micro-scale antiglare coatings; while micro-scale hearing structures found on a particular fly species' "chest" are inspiring the design of a micro-scale hearing aid with remarkable sound sourcing and resolving capabilities. Advances in nanotechnology and MEMs, when applied to biological design paradigms, will ensure a steady flow of bio-inspired commercial products.

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