Pangolin inspired backpackInspired by the pangolin’s strategy of rolling like a ball when in danger, a day pack that has overlapping armour like scales.
Kingfisher for silent trainsModeling the front-end of the Shinkansen Bullet Train in Japan after the kingfishers beak resulted is a quieter, faster, efficient train.
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