From an account of the recent Christian Scientific Society meeting:
Stuart Burgess had fascinating details about his role as a senior design engineer for satellites for the European Space Agency. He pointed out that many biologists who write popular books are quick to dismiss certain elements of biological systems as bad design, who apparently have never actually designed anything or talked to real engineers. Some of the biological elements called bad design are actually ones that systems engineers value quite a bit and use in their work frequently. In fact, the trend is mostly that engineers seek to learn good design from biology. Stuart also raised the issue of living creatures that seem “well designed to kill.”David Snoke, “Brief review of the meeting” at Christian Scientific Society Newsletter (November 19, 2020)
Lots of other interesting talks summarized at the link.