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Biomimicry Australia 13h
CONGRATS Daniela Esponda & team for winning 2nd prize with BioThermoSmart! So proud of you! Heat exchange system inspired by crocodiles....
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Bella McFadgen Oct 16
Need for more rapid climate adaptation- time to step up with these potential solutions: and
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Hugo Ángel 13h
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Stephen Adofo Kissi (T'Challa) 14h
Mystery of how a tiny dandelion seed can fly up to 500 miles is solved by scientists to design better stealth drones. via
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Rob Yorke Oct 19
Don't exclude humans from fixing stuff themselves
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Christa Avampato🕸🦇🍁🎃 Oct 16
The more I read about Madagascar, the world's oldest island, the more I feel that I need to travel there to see & experience the huge array of wildlife & landscapes. Its wonders have so much to teach us.
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Erin Connelly 16h
A standing ovation for all the Launchpad teams at ! So , so proud of all of these brilliant entrepreneurs!
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TheBiomimicryCenter Oct 11
"Taking a page from green plants, new polymer “grows” through a chemical reaction with carbon dioxide"- Published October 11, 2018
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Michael E Woodwick Oct 13
Anyone know anything about ?
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RCA Foundation Oct 19
58 countries. Over 2000 participants. 50% girls and women in Global Design Challenge
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RCA Foundation Oct 19
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Bluestrike (Sylvain Richer de Forges) 11h
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RCA Foundation Oct 19
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RCA Foundation Oct 19
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john montgomery Oct 18
Self-repairing material plucks carbon from the air
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Climate Labs 21h
Biomimicry in UX: learning design from nature by Craig Phillips Great video by Vox! The Japan bullet train inspired by learning from the Kingfisher.
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Kwecs369 Oct 13
It turns out reincarnation is just recycling
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Lelsey Mostert Oct 19
listen to nature Dandelion seeds fly using ‘impossible’ method never before seen in nature
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♻️🌍 Cleanlyer.org 🏝️🏕️ 4h
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Jacqui Smith Oct 16
Using nature for inspiration in designing the next era of aircraft. From sea to sky!
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