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Biomimicry: Biology inspires innovation

At this Hot Topics event, our specialist panel - Rob Kesseler, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, Alex Parfitt, BAE Systems, Denise DeLuca, Swedish Biomimetics 3000 and panel chair Will Pearson, Director of Technology, Ravensbourne - debated how ideas flow from...

2012/07/09 - 12:07 biomimicry, design, innovation, Lotusan, PAX Streamling Principle, Swedish Biomimetics 3000, Wyss Institute
Introduction to Biomimicry

2014/02/19 Updated

At Biomimicry 3.8, we believe there is no better design partner than nature. But biomimicry is more than just looking at the shape of a flower or dragonfly and becoming newly inspired; it’s a...

2012/07/09 - 12:32 biomimicry, education
Proceedings of the Second Annual Biomimicry in Higher Education Webinar

Are you curious about tools that can help cross-disciplinary teams explore connections between biomimicry and design?  Or how biomimicry is being incorporated into interior design studios?  Or how an architecture course explores kinetic aspects of biological systems to inform the...

2012/07/09 - 12:34 biomimicry, education, webinar
Ignacio Urbina Polo’s Biomimicry Feed

Ignacio Urbina Polo is an industrial designer on the faculty of the Industrial Design Department at Pratt Institute (New York).  He has been teaching design with a...

2012/05/12 - 07:41
NSF Bio-Inspired Workshop Presentations

2014/01/31 links below moved to temporarily


2012/04/30 - 12:15
Biomimicry Quebec

2014/09/06 website currently (moving to a new domain)

We are a network of people in Quebec being inspired by nature and bringing life’s genius into our professional work.

We are consolidating a base...

2012/01/13 - 13:23 affiliate, Canada, Quebec
Carl Hastrich's Blog

Carl Hastrich of the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) maintains an extensive blog on the topic of "emerging design ideas of biomimicry, critical creativity, sustainability and strategic thinking".  Recent posts include:

2012/01/13 - 15:12 biomimicry, Carl Hastrich, critical creativity, OCAD, strategic thinking, sustainability
Biomimicry in Architecture by Michael Pawlyn (Book Review)

The book opens with a quote from Buckminster...

2011/11/28 - 10:34 architecture, biomimicry, design, Pawlyn
Bioneers Conference 2011 - Dayna Baumeister

The link has a 31 minute video of Dayna Baumeister's plenary talk at Bioneers.

Life's Operating Manual :

Envision what our world would and could look like if we...

2011/10/23 - 18:44 biomimicry, Bioneers, Dayna Baumeister
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