September 2006 Newsletter (Issue 4.3)

Welcome to the third issue of 2006!  We have a number of new contributors:

  • Dr. Timothy Finnigan, on harnessing the power of ocean waves and tides
  • Greg Donoghue, on sustainable agriculture and details of a regeneration project
  • Prof. Hugh Bruck, on the University of Maryland mechanical engineering curriculum for bioinspired product and device development
  • Ian Abbott-Donnelly, on application of the principles of ecology to organizations

In addition, we have the first installation of "Triggering Self-Assembly of Biomimetic Green Chemistry in Nepal" by Mark Dorfman, a regular contributor.  Professor Bruck has provided a preview of the biological and bio-inspired systems and materials track at SEM 2007.  The events calendar has  been updated, thanks to Rose Tocke.  I am looking for volunteers to help with a "Patterns in Nature" project - you do not need biology experience to apply.  Last, but not least, Rose Tocke has posted three job openings at the Biomimicry Guild.

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