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Chemists and the School of nature

Abstract : Biomimetism is an umbrella covering a variety of research fields ranging from the chemistry of natural products to nanocomposites, via biomaterials and supramolecular chemistry. . It is an informal movement and the concept itself is so loose that one can wonder whether biomimetism is more than a slogan forged by chemists in order to hop on the "green" bandwagon. Or could it bring a revolution into chemistry with a profound transformation of its practices?
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Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Yves Bouligand, Hervé Arribart, Clément Sanchez. Chemists and the School of nature. Central European Journal of Chemistry, Springer Verlag, 2002, pp.1-5. ⟨hal-00937207⟩



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