Hang On Tight: Biomimicry Explained in Lay Terms


You might’ve been following Timothy’s series on Constructal Theory, which he dubbed ‘the inverse of Biomimicry.’ Maybe you went Whoa! Go gentle with the big words. Understandable. And so to is an interview that Tipster Melanie D, found at the Centre for Biologically Inspired Design (CBID). We’ve written heaps on Biomimicry before, but this plain language intro is direct from the source, Janine Benyus, so well worth the peruse. In short it is design that imitates life, or takes its cue from nature. One such example we’ve noted in the past was adhesives inspired by the amazing Gecko. Lots more at ::CBID Interview.

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