Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Engineers, zoologists reveal how gulls ‘wing morph’ for stable soaring

(University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering) A unique collaboration between U of T Engineering's aviation expert Professor Philippe Lavoie and UBC zoologists provides new insights into how gulls configure their wing shape -- known as wing morphing -- to stabilize their flight. The findings could be used to design more efficient flying vehicles, including soaring drones for farming or environmental monitoring.