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Biohabitats, Inc. Oct 23
Congratulations, Team , winner! Always !
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Adiel Gavish May 29
If you haven’t read “Gathering Moss”, I highly recommend it.
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BiomimicryNYC Mar 14
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Tim McGee Oct 9
Had a chance to peek inside the Spheres this morning. Incredible opportunity to explore a cloud forest in downtown Seattle.
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Bioneers Nov 6
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Nature on PBS Mar 14
Today is National Learn About Butterflies Day! Ask your questions below and we'll get a butterfly expert to respond.
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Adiel Gavish Sep 10
Ancestral knowledge is not just a human phenomenon- “The loss of an animal isn’t just the loss of its body. It's also the death of the knowledge in its brain--and that is not easily replaced.”
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Luca Di Stefano ✩ Apr 17
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Luca Di Stefano ✩ Apr 15
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La Scrub Shoppe Dec 9
How do we prepare for the next development? Took this photo because it reminded me of my beloved ...plus I LOVE the colors!
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Biomimicry Institute Sep 23
Such brilliant work and a wonderful article. Our only suggestion would be to focus not on utilizing algae itself in this process, but to mimic the structural elements of the lattices and the symbiotic relationship between algae and clam.
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Joe Adolfae Nov 28
Awesome site! What can nature teach us and how can it help us solve our problems?
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AskNature (Official) Jun 28
at the Festival teaching us to learn from — not just about nature.
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AskNature (Official) Jul 13
Nature created a material that grows stronger the more it cracks: The mantis shrimp conquers its prey with a dactyl club appendage, made up of a composite material that grows tougher as cracks twist.
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AskNature (Official) Jun 28
Don't miss ' talk "The Whale and the Wind Turbine: Innovation Inspired by Animals" at ! TODAY 6/28 at 12 noon at the Hotel Jerome in town - 330 E. Main St.
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Bespoke Traveler Mar 6
RT : Research dives into camouflage biomimicry
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Ten Strands Oct 21
❤️ this new section at the Conf where contestants of the youth challenge are sharing their ideas!
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Marianna Limas Nov 20
The wings of an owl, the belly of a penguin and the beak of a kingfisher... each inspired Japan’s Shinkansen Bullet train- one of the world's fastest, quietest and most energy efficient trains:
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Corp Sustainability Feb 6
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Emma Eriksson Jun 4
What is the best tree to climb?
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