Biosimile refers to bio-based arts and technologies, as applied to fields such as robotics, aviation, drones and animation. It can also work as a new and elegant word for any invention created through biomimicry. For example, a drone designed to spin like a maple seed can be called a biosimile. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed to model the honeybee’s visual processing system is another example of a biosimile.

Biosimilab can lead the way in biosimile assay.

Muni Drone and Muni Drones are useful abbreviations for municipal drones, as natural as shortening “municipal bonds” to “muni bonds.”





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