Welcome to Bioinspirada
where I share how I feel nature
from Science and Art.
As an inhabitant of this wonderful planet I have also received the call to make peace with the rest of nature. And science and art are two primary tools in this endeavor. But they are not the only ones, because this is a challenge that calls for all disciplines and knowledges.
Bioinspirada is one of the ways in which I contribute to making the nature that surrounds us and the ideas that it gives us visible.
Lately in Bioinspirada
- A parallel between the heads of high-speed trains and those of kingfishersThese two studies will shape the next post on the Bioinspirada blog. One deals with the performance of high-speed train heads and the other with the performance of kingfishers heads.
- Biomimicry connects Japan’s high-speed train and our high Andean wetlands.Biomimicry connects the High Speed Train of Japan, the Kingfisher, our wetlands of the Sabana de Bogotá and Regiotram.
Elsa Magnolia Quicazán-Rubio
Hi, I am the creator of Bioinspirada. I hold a Masters and a PhD in Biology-Biomechanics.
I am also an Artist and a Science Communicator.