Biomimicry Project Possibilities: How One Woman is Prototyping the Way to Nature Based Solutions and Cellulose-Based Fibre Production

May 15, 2024

Interview of Learn Biomimicry’s most recent Biomimicry Practitioner, Annelien Eyskens.

In our world surrounded by sustainability challenges, there is an urgent need for innovative solutions. Though often overlooked by all of us (including me at times), one promising approach is asking...

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What The World's Most Successful Incubator Can Teach Us about Biomimicry Education

May 08, 2024

In a world where the future is faster than we think - what does it mean to ‘learn’ in the 21st century? 

Education has often been thought of as lacking innovation. Though if we look closer - there are a number of organisations that are rethinking education. 

Today,...

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The Three Biomimicry Examples that Teach You (almost) Everything you Need to Know

May 02, 2024

We’ve all been there - standing across from a friend or colleague, trying to explain the genius of biomimicry. It’s very hard to explain why something so simple can be so … genius. 

We’ve all heard about Velcro, Leonardo's flying machine and the Shinkansen Bullet...

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Biomimicry Confluence - Lessons from the Flow 🦦

Apr 02, 2024

Hey biomimics

What a mind-blowing two days at the #BiomimicryConfluence! Learn Biomimicry and I are feeling deeply moved by the magic the Biomimicry Confluence collectively generated. 

As we flow out into the ocean from the first Biomimicry Confluence, this article aims...

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Biomimicry Examples in Action: Minimizing Food Waste with GreenPod Labs

Feb 20, 2024

Today, I want to share with you an inspiring story of biomimicry in action - one that is close to my heart — a tale of how a small yet passionate startup is using biomimicry to tackle the global challenge of food waste. 

This is the journey of GreenPod Labs, and its founder, Deepak,...

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Grown to Order: 10 Biomimicry Product Examples for Nature-Inspired Designers

Feb 06, 2024

If you’ve been hanging around the biomimicry space for a hot sec — you might have heard of the variety of ways in which biomimicry can be applied. 

You might have heard things like what can we learn from studying a plant, a fungus, an alga, or the human eye?

It's...

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The Top 5 Biomimicry Incubators, Competitions and Accelerators to Seed Your Business

Jan 30, 2024

From entrepreneur to eco-innovator, these are the five leading biomimicry incubators / accelerators from around the world. They are all unique, but share one thing in common - they’re all focused on the overlap - where business innovation meets nature's brilliance.

Whether you're an...

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Michael Pawlyn’s Biomimicry in Architecture - Book Summary and Insights

Dec 07, 2023

Dear designer, 

Some lucky individuals just have it

They can dance to the music of nature. Without a fuss, and to the beat. 

That's Michael Pawlyn, a pioneer of biomimicry, nature-inspired design extraordinaire… and someone who was born to design to the music of nature.

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The Lighter Side of Biomimicry: Structural Color

Nov 17, 2023

Structural color is a natural wonder.

Sadly, this nature-inspired innovation has yet to fully see the light of day.

We’re striving to change that through sharing the best of what nature has already figured out. 

This article explains what structural color is, how it was discovered, and...

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Our Top 10 Biomimicry Books of All Time

Nov 03, 2023

Ah, books! 

Today we proudly begin our Biomimicry Book Club and set our reading intentions for 2024. 

For the opening chapter, we’re listing our Top 10 biomimicry books of all time (so far ).

Each book covers or overlaps with biomimicry, from business to the built environment....

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