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  1. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard College Professor. (Not Accepting Graduate Students for 2024-2025) Faculty Support: Maggie Starvish. Biorobotics and structure, function, and evolution of vertebrates, particularly fishes. Current studies include (1) research on a variety of fish robotic models, and (2) investigation of the biomechanics of ...

  2. 521. 2003. Locomotor forces on a swimming fish: three-dimensional vortex wake dynamics quantified using digital particle image velocimetry. EG Drucker, GV Lauder. Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (18), 2393-2412. , 1999. 521. 1999. Form and function: structural analysis in evolutionary morphology.

  3. George V. Lauder. Curator of Ichthyology. Professor of Biology, Henry Bryant Bigelow Professor of Ichthyology. Prof. Lauders research focuses on the biomechanics of fishes and the development of robotic models for studying aquatic locomotion. His current studies focus on the function of shark skin and other surface structures, the role of ...

  4. George V. Lauder is a Professor of Organismal and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University and Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He started his biology degree at Harvard in the early 1970s, graduating in 1976.

  5. George Lauder Jr. (November 11, 1837 – August 24, 1924) was a Scottish industrialist. A trained mechanical engineer, Lauder was responsible for many of the technical advancements made in the steel industry during the Industrial Revolution including updates to both the Bessemer Process and coal washing machinery while also leading ...