The bio-engineering group consists of academics, researchers and students from diverse scientific and cultural backgrounds working together to answer some exciting questions that crosses biological sciences and engineering.

We always welcome fresh perspectives and inquisitive minds to address the current challenges in biomechanics, neuroethology and bio-inspired robotics. 

We work on a range of areas like understanding obstacle avoidance and navigation in flying insects, modelling micro venom delivery systems, designing, creating biologically-inspired robots and understanding the mechanics of aquatic and aerial locomotion.