Natural systems often inspire new methods to control fluids, or conversely, use fluids to control systems. Three fluid mechanic systems that might come to mind include: the jetting of microdroplets when peeling an orange, the droplet ejection off of a mosquito wing, and the splash alteration by compliant free-surface solids. These phenomena at the interface of biology and fluid mechanics can provide engineers with useful, inspired information for future designs. Join Assistant Professor Dr. Dickerson for a session that is sure to make you view fluids in a way you never have before!
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