How would nature do it?  Biomimicry is a revolutionary emerging science that models nature’s genius to design leading-edge technologies that work in harmony with nature, not against it. On this episode of Bioneers, Janine Benyus, a “biologist at the design table,” shares mind-bending applications of nature’s time-tested recipes and survival tips.  Transforming future technologies are the glue of the blue mussel, the beak of the kingfisher, and the interdependent roots of the Seven Sisters Oak.

ON Bioneers | February 14, 2014 | 9:30 am

Nature’s Recipe Book: Life Shops At Home

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How would nature do it?  Biomimicry is a revolutionary emerging science that models nature’s genius to design leading-edge technologies that work in harmony with nature, not against it. On this episode of Bioneers, Janine Benyus, a “biologist at the design table,” shares mind-bending applications of nature’s time-tested recipes and survival tips.  Transforming future technologies are the glue of the blue mussel, the beak of the kingfisher, and the interdependent roots of the Seven Sisters Oak.

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