Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture

I. C. Gebeshuber, M. Aumayr, O. Hekele, R. Sommer, C. G. Goesselsberger, C. Gruenberger, P. Gruber, E. Borowan, A. Rosic, F. Aumayr

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    Biological processes, structures, functions and materials provide powerful inspiration for novel approaches in architecture. In this chapter, a variety of biological systems are introduced: Bacillus subtilis, the green alga Euglena gracilis, diatoms and red blood cells. Subsequently results of bionanotechnological research performed (by physicists) on these systems are presented. In the next step, the systems and the results are discussed with an architect, resulting in a multitude of ideas, possible approaches, experiments and projects. Such interdisciplinary access corroborates the power of collaboration across established fields in modern science and technology.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDiatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle
    PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
    Pages265-300
    Number of pages36
    ISBN (Print)9781617619793
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2011

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    Gebeshuber, I. C., Aumayr, M., Hekele, O., Sommer, R., Goesselsberger, C. G., Gruenberger, C., ... Aumayr, F. (2011). Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture. In Diatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle (pp. 265-300). Nova Science Publishers, Inc..

    Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture. / Gebeshuber, I. C.; Aumayr, M.; Hekele, O.; Sommer, R.; Goesselsberger, C. G.; Gruenberger, C.; Gruber, P.; Borowan, E.; Rosic, A.; Aumayr, F.

    Diatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011. p. 265-300.

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    Gebeshuber, IC, Aumayr, M, Hekele, O, Sommer, R, Goesselsberger, CG, Gruenberger, C, Gruber, P, Borowan, E, Rosic, A & Aumayr, F 2011, Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture. in Diatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 265-300.
    Gebeshuber IC, Aumayr M, Hekele O, Sommer R, Goesselsberger CG, Gruenberger C et al. Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture. In Diatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2011. p. 265-300
    Gebeshuber, I. C. ; Aumayr, M. ; Hekele, O. ; Sommer, R. ; Goesselsberger, C. G. ; Gruenberger, C. ; Gruber, P. ; Borowan, E. ; Rosic, A. ; Aumayr, F. / Bacilli, green algae, diatoms and red blood cells - how nanobiotechnological research inspires architecture. Diatoms: Ecology and Life Cycle. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011. pp. 265-300
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