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Live discussion: What is biomimicry?

The two-hour online discussion with Nigel Stansfield, Denise DeLuca, Giles Hutchins and Michael Pawlyn "to explore the realms of biomimicry and what this relolutionary science could mean for business in future" is available at the link above.  The host indicated that a summary of the key points...

2011/10/05 - 15:31
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Limits of nature and advances of technology: What does biomimetics have to offer to aquatic robots? 

Author: F. E. Fish

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In recent years, the biomimetic approach has been utilized as a mechanism for technological advancement in the field of robotics. However, there has not been a full appreciation of the success and...

2010/10/04 - 13:15 aquatic locomotion, collaboration, drag reduction, evolution, knowledge transfer, limitations, research, swimming, thrust production
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Life in the Undergrowth

Author: David Attenborough (2005), Princeton University Press, New Jersey, USA

This is the Companion Book to the Animal Planet Program (Spring 2006...

2011/01/10 - 01:43 books, insects, natural history
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Life at HOK | Biomimicry

This 'slice' of a larger HOK weblog the currently includes posts on:

  • the International Design Conference (Aspen) and the relationship between mathematics, nature and natural systems
  • a pointer to a TED talk by Dan Barber on foie gras and the...
2009/03/09 - 22:59 weblogs
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Le vivant comme modèle, la voie du biomimétisme

Originally posted at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-biomimicry-book-available-gauthier-chapelle.  English translation courtesy of Google and Microsoft.

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2016/01/01 - 20:40 biomimicry, interdependence
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Japan for Sustainability(JFS) Newsletter

This monthly newsletter covers a broad range of sustainability topics.  It ran a 'Bio-mimicry Interview Series' in 2004 and 2005.  The March 2005 issue had an interview with Eiji Nakatsu, an engineer on the Shinkansen 'bullet train...

2006/02/03 - 11:22 newsletters
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Janine Benyus on Biomimicry in Design on TH Radio (Part Two) : TreeHugger

The second part of the interview starts with the core principles of biomimicry: learning from nature, seeing what natures does (or does not do) within a specific context, and trying to understand the principles.  Rather than using the products of nature or domesticating nature,...

2009/01/21 - 21:41 interview
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Janine Benyus on Biomimicry in Design on TH Radio (Part One) : TreeHugger

The first interview describes the AskNature.org project, a portal that allows non-biologists to access solutions in the nature world by their function, rather than through the more traditional biological classification systems.  Janine describes the wealth of...

2009/01/21 - 19:22 interview
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J Robin Berry Design

Jennifer is an ecologist consulting architects and other designers.  She has been consciously trying to work with local resources while minimizing the impact on the local ecology.  In addition to checking out her portofolio and stunning photographs, have a look at her...

2008/08/01 - 14:21 websites
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Inventor's Manual (TRIZ)

Direct link:...

2014/07/27 - 09:34 BioTRIZ, innovation, TRIZ
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