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WAMMA - Our Earth Awareness Apr 20
Hey looking for simple creative ways to teach your students about nature and ? Check out these free resources!
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LVEeaglesnest Apr 20
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Parametric House Apr 20
An ETH doctoral student at the Institute for Building Materials has developed an alternative to motor-driven sunshades: An adjustable shading system that adapts itself independently over the course of the day Watch the full video at
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GL Biomimicry Apr 19
Summer marketing internship opportunity! Our intern can work REMOTELY, so please apply even if you're not a local. Looking for a creative, driven individual who is passionate about storytelling, innovation and the environment! Join the swarm:
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Parametric House Apr 15
Find out how the resourceful insects use their wing scales to absorb water droplets from fog, and how we can use them as a model for combating water shortages. Watch the full video at 👇
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Amy Strauss Apr 20
Thank you for the amazing seminar at , ! Can’t stop thinking about the crazy adaptations you’ve uncovered in and their direct translation for applications
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marije van Zomeren Apr 19
Cora Ball removes toxic microfibers from your washing machine
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Kristina Fitzsimmons Apr 15
Replying to @elonmusk
When AI meets cfd (forget manufacturability)... I believe it would design you a mosquito wing. Those devils fly in the rain! But... I think we are designing airfoils afterall... hmmm - super cool link: 2D airfoils
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Jill Windelspecht Apr 19
Christine Hockman that was such a great session, it was great to learn how to apply to ourselves to be more creative by seeking solutions that are inspired by nature. Also, love that this is being leveraged in organizations in all ways from d…
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CODEEXPLORERS Apr 20
More proof that learning along with is the future of human-centered machines and learning. ... Kids will be learning this and more skills this summer. ....
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LVEeaglesnest Apr 20
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Rupert Wyllie Apr 18
If do manage to elevate the status of & the in the minds of policy makers, businesses & crucially, the electorate, those of us advocating for , & must work extra hard in the discourse to follow.
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Biomimicry Australia Apr 12
What can a prairie mole cricket teach us about improving hearing aid technology?
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Seevix Material Sciences Apr 16
Seevix's SVX fiber is patent-protected, true spidersilk, produced on a commercial scale, retaining all the outstanding properties of natural spidersilk, applicable to numerous industries
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Christa Avampato🌃📚🐶 Apr 19
Pitching my first -based program for TV & I have no words for my level of EXCITEMENT so all I can do is write it in all caps!!!!
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Bella McFadgen Apr 17
Microplastics are raining down from the sky via Oh FFS. We're choking on this stuff, literally. Take it seriously! 2019 for plastic alternatives! If nature doesn't need this poison, neither do we. Get thinking people
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tmigratorius Apr 16
New journal "encourages collaboration in environmental change and sustainability science" I look forward to your so that we can collaborate with
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Claus Gladyszak Apr 17
Replying to @sigdesigner
Everything nature creates is based on 3.8 billion years of testing. That’s why we should for sustainable solutions through
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Jake Larsson Apr 18
Loving the podcast about from . Excited to be attending some events in the coming months... Come here about how swarms can inspire technology for Connected Autonomous Vehicles
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TheBiomimicryCenter Apr 17
The Biomimicry Center's own has been studying ants for 15 years, and knows how much we can learn from these small but inspiring organisms: via
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