Nature's technology inspires human-made innovations in everything from Blue Planet cement to the office of Cookfox Architects.
Leveraging biomimicry's unique approach to research and design can lead to sustainable, profitable technologies that mitigate risk and reduce costs.
Cardiovascular stress, asthma, heat stroke, bacterial and viral infections — how do we design for the health of our warming cities?
Here's how we can rethink waste, clean up pollution and establish lasting green infrastructure.
A look to insects and synapses for lessons on data collection and processing.
Studying how various organisms move through fluids can inform our design decisions.
Looking to biology for heat regulation inspiration.
What can we learn about lighting from insects?
Businesses have only started to explore energy strategies used in nature by creatures as varied as bacteria and electric eels.
Growing leather, foam and bricks; mimicking sharkskin and mussels. These are just a few new ways to reinvent the way we make things.