The replication of biological systems by mechanical and electronic systems is known as bionics. Biognosis, biomimetics, biomimicry, and bionical creativity engineering are some of the terms used to describe it. Bionics is a critical tool for advancing scientific and technological progress. Because evolutionary pressure forces living species, including fauna and flora, to become highly optimised and efficient, technology transfer between lifeforms and synthetic structures is desirable. Advances in personal electronics have sparked new breakthroughs in bionics in recent years.
Biocybernetics is the application of cybernetics to biological science, and it includes biological fields such as neurology, multicellular systems, and others that benefit from the use of cybernetics. Biocybernetics is a branch of systems biology that aims to integrate multiple levels of data in order to better understand how biological systems work. Biological cybernetics is an interdisciplinary platform for studying theoretical and applied aspects of information processing in organisms, such as cognitive, sensory, motor, and ecological phenomena.