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1. Tidal Turbine Mimics Whale Power — Smart Planet, December 2010.

2.WhalePower — Design Corner, December 2010.

3. A Fish Story — Entrepreneur Magazine, December 2010.

4.Whale of An Idea — Canadian Manufacturing, November 1st, 2010.

5. New Turbine Designs: Paving the way for Limitless Wind Possibilities  — EcoSeed, November 1, 2010.

6. Canada`s Wind Innovation Put to the Test — The Globe and Mail, October 12, 2010.

7. Fans of Fins — Now Magazine — http://www.nowtoronto.com, August 19, 2010.

8.Finding Inspiration in Nature — Biomimcry for a Better Planet — inhabitat.com

9.Energy Efficient Fans Blow Cool For Dairy Farming — Ontario Power Authority, Summer 2010 Report, Volume 4, Issue 2.

10.Learn from Nature — Nagaland Post, June 29, 2010.

11. The Top Ten Most Interesting Windmills in the World — Most Interesting Facts Blog, June 2010.

12.WhalePower Technology Kicks Big Ass — Treehugger.com, March 29, 2010.

13.Winds, Wings, Whale Fins and Wind Power — The Naked Scientists, Radio Show and Podcasts, Feb 21, 2010.

14.Organisms in the Service of Engineers — Science, Origo.com, Feb 20, 2010.

15. Biomimetics: Lessons from Nature – an overview — Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Dec 16, 2009.

16.Janine Benyus on Biomimicry in Design on TH Radio — Architectural Interviews, Dec 29, 2008 (date of recording)

17.The Inventor Wore Feathers: Animal Designers — Good Nature, December 2009.

18.Biomimicryhttp://www.design-real.com, December 2009.

19. Whales Spur Radical Wind Turbine Blade Design — Techmonitor.net, December 2009.

20. Biomimicry: Design Principles from the Natural World — LA Press, December 2009.

21. Biomimicry: Emulating Nature’s Genius –Brightworks.net, December 2009.

22.Wind Turbine Blades Take a Cue from the Humpback Whale — TechPulse360.com, November 27, 2009.

23.Tubercle Technology Blades — AskNature.org, November17, 2009.

24.Rotor-Blade Ridges Promise More Turbine Power — Windpower Engineering, November 26, 2009.

25.Mimicking Mother Nature — National Wildlife Federation, December/January 2010, vol.48, no. 1

26. Breezy Idea: WhalePower – Made in Canada — msn Green.ca

27. Whale Power: More Efficient Fan Blades Mimic Humpback Fins — Treehugger.com

28. Natural Design — TimesUnion.com, October 17, 2009.

29. WhalePower — Sympatico MSN (Video), September 30, 2009

30. Whale Fins Shaped Turbine Blades — Brighthub.com, September 30, 2009

31. Whale Fins Influence Wind Turbine Design — Windpower Engineering, September 14, 2009

32. Nature’s Way — Engineering: Go For it, Issue 4, page 29, September, 2009

33. Verden kan reddesaf klogt design — Politiken, August 24, 2009

34. Evolution Meets Creation in Biomimicry — Reuters.com, July 28, 2009

35. Humpback Whale Inspires Best Wind Power Turbines: WhalePower Tubercle Technology – Inventorspot, July 13, 2009

36. Ten Wind Turbines that Push the Limits of Design – Popular Mechanics, July 9, 2009

37. Biomimicry: why the world is full of intelligent design – Telegraph.co.uk, June 8, 2009

38. video: “G Word: Gotta Be The Tubercles” – How Stuff Works, (Video complete with interviews with WhalePower’s Dr. Frank Fish, and Aerodynamicist Dr. Laurens Howle, and Technical Director of WEICAN Paul Dockrill, discussing application of tubercles to wind turbine blades and why it works)

39. Cape Cod whales spur radical wind turbine blade design,  John, Alternative Energy and Fuels Blog, March 31, 2009

40. Promising Test Results From First Humpback Whale Inspired Air Foils – Reuters.com, January 22, 2009

41. The Mirror of Nature – Alberta Oil Magazine, October 1, 2007

42. Humpback Whales Help Design Improved Wind Turbines Dawn M. Smith, Suite101.com, Sep 16, 2008

43.Humpback whales inspire new wind turbine technology: The unique design of their flippers enable a steeper operating angle of the blade—and a 40% performance increase, Tribology and Lubrication Technology, Dr. Neil Cantor (contributing editor), December 2008

44. Wind Turbine That Imitates Flippers Could Increase Efficiency – Discover, August 15th, 2008

45.  A Whale of a Wind Turbine(videocast and article), Geotimes: Earth, Energy and Environment News, July 25, 2008

46. Whale Power – CBC News The National, July 22nd, 2008

47. Scientists Tap Motion in the Ocean for Energy – MSNBC, July 21st, 2008

48. WhalePower Breaching – Peak Energy Blog, July 14, 2008.

49. Whales, Dolphins Inspire Wind Turbine Tech – Discovery Channel, July 11th, 2008

50. Bumpy Whale Fins Outperform Smooth Turbines – Scientific American, July 8th, 2008

51. Whales and Dolphins Influence New Wind Turbine Design – ScienceDaily, July 8th, 2008

52. Whale biomimicry inspires better wind turbines, mongabay.com, July 7, 2008

53. Green Breeze – Material Handling Management, June, 2008

54. A Whale of a Turbine – The Guardian, June 24th, 2008

55. Sea of Possibilities – Philadelphia Inquirer, June 16th, 2008

56. Going with (or Against) the Flow – Science, June 6th, 2008

57. Whales Inspire Better Blade Designs – Christian Science Monitor, May 15th, 2008

58. Wings Get Help From Whales – Science A Go Go, Kate Melville, May 12, 2004

59. Whale Fin Tech – Discovery Channel, April 14th, 2008

60. Biomimetics: Design by Nature – National Geographic, April, 2008

61. Bumpy Whale Fins Set to Spark a Revolution in Aerodynamics – Gizmag, March 21, 2008

62. Whale-Inspired Hydrodynamic Edge, doubles performance of Wind Turbines – Are fans in the data center another application? Green Data Center Blog, March 17, 2008  

63. Whale-Inspired Wind Turbines – MIT Technology Review, March 6th, 2008

64. Uprating Wind Turbine Blades and More Efficient ceiling fansNextbigfuture.com, March 6, 2008

65. Whale of an Idea Has Lots of Fans – Toronto Star, March 3, 2008

66. Lifting a whale – Nature, February 20th, 2008

67. WEICan begins tests on WhalePower Corp’s novel wind turbine blade, modelled on the fin of a humpback whale – CBC News, August 10th, 2007

68. North Cape. WEICAN begins tests on WhalePower Corp’snovel wind turbine blade, modelled on the fin of a humpback whale – WEICAN News, August 2, 2007

69. WEICAN to undertake tests on WhalePower Corp’s novel wind turbine blade, modelled on the fin of a humpback whale – WEICAN News, August 2, 2007

70. WhalePower  “A Top 100 Energy Technology” – PESWiki, June, 2007

71. A Whale Of A Tale – The Toronto Star, May 14th 2007

72. Abstract: AB.00011 : Rationalizing the bumps on whale flippers using basic aerodynamic theory -American Physical Society, November 19, 2006

73. Abstract: EO.00003 : Spanwise visualization of the flow around a three-dimensional foil with leading edge protuberances -American Physical Society, November 19, 2006

74. Abstract: EO.00004 : Separation Control on a Hydrofoil Using Leading Edge Protuberances – American Physical Society, November 19, 2006

75. WhalePower: More Efficient Fan  BladesMimic Humpback Fins – Treehugger.com

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