While the locomotion of humans, horses and dogs is well studied, we are now beginning to apply the same principles to insect movement - which may lead us to… Read more »
Dr. Tom Weihmann is an independent research fellow in the department of Animal Physiology at the University of Cologne. He is particularly interested in mechanical and physiological principles underlying the movements of terrestrial arthropods and aims at integrating mechanical concepts with related biological disciplines, such as behavioural biology, ecology, morphology, cybernetics and phylogeny.
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- Cockroaches shift gears when speeding up their pace - 12th December 2017