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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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Emma Eriksson Jun 4
What is the best tree to climb?
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naturexoxo Mar 20
recording a new vid with facecam would love some suggestions with the if thist gets10 likes i will give a shoutout to your youtube chanel! :D
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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 May 30
“Plants emit codes into the air all the time, helping them defend against insects and other threats, and in some instances serving as warnings to their neighbors.”
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Biomimicry Institute May 25
How applied to (the systems level) could balance the effect of development on nature. via
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Biomimicry Institute May 14
Key characteristics of moths’ eyes, which are anti-reflective, and lotus leaves, which are water-repellant, inspired a new type of glass coating that could significantly improve solar panel efficiency: via
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Biomimicry Institute Apr 12
Computer scientists have been working to improve the U.S. biosurveillance system that alerts authorities to disease outbreaks by mimicking the human immune system.
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Biomimicry Institute Mar 22
Don't underestimate , their bodies can neutralize cyanide. Their bodies turn 80 percent of absorbed cyanide (from bamboo shoots) into a less toxic chemical called thiocyanate:
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iNaturalist Mar 14
Replying to @inaturalist
Also, check out the thousands of faved observations on iNaturalist - which one is *your* favorite? (Here's a pic of just a few. Click on the link for more!)
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Biomimicry Institute Mar 11
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AskNature (Official) Feb 18
What can an oak savanna teach us about adaptive ? How can old-growth forests help us learn to build mutually beneficial relationships? Watch, "Why Fosters Cooperation" w
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Biomimicry Institute Feb 18
Tree vibrations could be successfully converted into energy. via
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Biomimicry Institute Feb 18
"We'd better get back to our fundamentals ... This is the notion of values and meaning. It’s not about 'smart,' but about 'wise.' It’s not about artificial intelligence, but natural intelligence."
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Biomimicry Institute Feb 5
Find your favorite "ah-ha!" moment with our 4-hour online basics course with Denise DeLuca:
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Biomimicry Institute Feb 4
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Biomimicry Institute Feb 3
A team of German researchers needed to find a way to generate "fracture-resistance at the nano-level" - so they looked to the humble sea urchin for clues.
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Kristina Dryža Jan 31
Delighted to partner w/ for the edition of our of event. RSVP soon. As always, spaces fill up fast!!!
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Biomimicry Institute Jan 3
Nature's smallest rainbows, created by peacock spiders, may inspire new optical technology:
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Biomimicry Institute Dec 25
Ho-ho-holy cow... er, reindeer! Did you know that antlers have "forests" of collagen fibers in their microstructure, making them extremely resilient to fracturing and shocks? via
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