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New Book on Biodesign

New book on biodesign, by now in spanish. It presents a proposal of process (and it`s methods) to look for biological principles in order to solve design problems, in two ways: Concept design and Detail design, depending if we look for new concepts from studying a biological entity, or solving a...

2013/09/06 - 01:58
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Biologically Inspired Design: Computational Methods and Tools

Goel, A. K., McAdams, D. A., & Stone, R. B. (2013). Biologically Inspired Design: Computational Methods and Tools...

2013/07/28 - 15:32 Benyus, book, design, Fish, Goel, Gupta, McAdams, methods, Shu, Stone, Vincent, Yen
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Student Sustainable Design Competitions

A list of design competitions, including:

2013/07/12 - 14:42 competition, sustainability
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NASA can help you teach sustainable design

Ann describes a talk on climate change she gave to 10 year olds.

The videos I used here were The Carbon Crisis in 90 Seconds and a silent...

2013/07/12 - 15:08 climate change, NASA
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Biomimicry Chicago

Our Mission

learning from nature, cross-...

2013/07/04 - 14:54 biomimicry, chicago, network
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The International Journal of Bionic Engineering

The Journal of Bionic Engineering publishes original research papers and reviews on all aspects of bionic science and engineering including fundamental understandings of animals and plants for bionic engineering, such as locomotion and behaviors of animals, structures, composites...

2013/07/04 - 17:28 journals
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Bio-ID4S: Biomimicry in Industrial Design for Sustainability: An Integrated Teaching-and-Learning Method (Carlos Alberto Montana Hoyos)

From Amazon.com:

Our design, production and consumption patterns must be redefined to address the new challenges faced by our society. Problems generated by traditional "industrial production" cannot be solved with the same "industrial" thinking paradigms. Eco-Design (...

2013/06/20 - 15:40 design, design for environment, design for sustainability, education
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Insects Did It First

Marianne Alleyne is a research Scientist in the Department of Entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Her blog highlights research in "new technologies that were inspired by insects or basic discoveries about insect...

2013/06/05 - 11:07 creativity, insects, research
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Biodiseño. Biologia y Diseño

An attempt to provide a method for the extraction of biological principles to designers, from a Biologist (with master's degree in Industrial design) point of view.

In...

2013/04/22 - 16:33
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Sharkskin inspires novel solutions to prevent HAIs

Colin Mangham wrote an article for Medical Design on an innovation by Sharklet Technologies on emulating the...

2013/04/18 - 10:27 design, health, microstructure, shark
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