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The Nature Exchange: a new gallery and experimental space to learn from nature.

The Nature Exchange is a new gallery at the Telus World of Science Edmonton where you can trade, analyze, discuss, interpret and catalogue natural items. The Nature Exchange gallery...

2019/07/14 - 16:49 Edmonton, exhibit, experiential, nature
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The Nature Inspired Design Handbook

In the Nature Inspired Design project, we learned from ten Dutch companies at the forefront of Biomimicry, cradle to cradle and...

2015/06/09 - 14:34 biomimicry, circular economy, cradle to cradle, design, nature inspired
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The Royal Society - Biomimetics: its practice and theory

2010/12/10 updated link (paper can be downloaded for free)

Julian Vincent, Olga Bogatyreva, Nikolaj Bogatyrev, Adrian Bowyer and Anja-Karina Paul (University of Bath) submitted an article to The Royal Society on the process of transferring...

2006/04/27 - 09:43 articles
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Theme Issue ‘Biomimetics I: functional biosurfaces’

Theme Issue ‘Biomimetics I: functional biosurfaces’ compiled by Bharat Bhushan

2009/09/21 - 13:30 articles
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Think Biomimicry - Shift From Idea to Implementation

By Biomimicry Chicago's Rachel Hahs ... [who] explores how we can shift from just being excited about the ideas behind biomimicry, to implementing biomimicry in practice in whatever fields we work.

Her most recent post,...

2016/11/02 - 09:26 biomimicry, Biomimicry in the Built Environment, blog
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ThinkCycle: Bioinspire Newsletter

BioInspire is a newsletter that was founded by John Mlade with the purpose of "addressing the interface of human design, nature and technology."  The newsletter has published both original and reprinted articles on a broad range of topics.

Abstracts and archived copies are available at...

2006/01/29 - 16:31 newsletters
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ThinkCycle: Biomimicry Newsletter

The quarterly Biomimicry Newsletter covers events, developments and personal interest stories.  It is primarily intended as a communication vehicle within the Biomimicry community, but is available on a public-access website. 

Abstracts and archived copies are available at the link above...

2006/01/29 - 16:45 newsletters
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Thoughtcrew | Biomimetics

Traditionally biomimetics or biomimcry is the application of lessons from nature to engineering, product or architectural problems. There are some great examples that are used to explain the biomimetic approach such as the Eifel Tower and Velcro. And whilst these may be disputed...

2008/09/01 - 09:15 websites
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Tom McKeag | GreenerDesign.com

Tom has started a regular weblog at GreenerDesign.  The link brings up a list of his posts.  To date, he has published:

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2009/10/08 - 16:46 weblogs
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Topics in Scitable - Learn At Scitable (Genetics)

A new service of Nature Publishing, "Scitable brings together a library of scientific overviews with a worldwide community of scientists, researchers, teachers, and students."  In addition to promoting learning, it supports online collaboration, publishing of...

2009/01/21 - 14:11 collaboration, websites
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