Engineering gone wild. Cutting edge techniques for polo.

Philip, Matt and Ewart, Paul (2020) Engineering gone wild. Cutting edge techniques for polo. EG MAGAZINE, UNSPECIFIED, December 2020.

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We’ve all heard about animals as engineers – beavers and their mud-and branch lodges, the ovenbird’s ingenious nest, and, of course, bees and their perfectly wrought hexagonal hives. But human engineers working on behalf of animals? That story’s less familiar. From perfecting zoo habitats to improving veterinary surgery, here are some instances of New Zealand engineers bringing their skills to the animal kingdom.

Item Type:Journal or newspaper item
Keywords that describe the item:polo ponies, sport science, structure, Wintec
Subjects:T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Engineering and Industrial Design
ID Code:7686
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Deposited On:25 Jan 2021 20:43
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