Want to learn more about the biomimicry design process and how to apply it to your Biomimicry Global Design Challenge entry? Tune into our upcoming webinars to find out about how to apply elements in the biomimicry design spiral to your design, how to use nature's unifying patterns, and what makes a stand-out entry in the Challenge. Register today!
Emulate and Evaluate: Putting Biomimicry into Practice
This webinar will cover the last two steps in the Biomimicry Design Spiral, Emulate and Evaluate, in detail. Participants will learn some key pieces to consider when they reach the design or emulation phase. We’ll also discuss things to consider when evaluating the performance, market fit, and “planetary fit” of your design.
March 6, 2018 - 10:00am MST (-7 GMT) | Register here
March 7, 2018 - 6:00pm MST (-7 GMT) | Register here
Nature’s Unifying Patterns
Nature’s unifying patterns are an attempt to identify overarching lessons in the natural world that have profound implications for what and how we design. These patterns are informed by context and constraints within the natural world and provide a unique way to approach and think about a design challenge. This webinar will introduce the patterns in detail and provide examples of how they can be incorporated into your design process.
March 27, 2018 - 6:00pm MDT | Register here
March 29, 2018 - 10:00am MDT | Register here
Creating a Stand-out Biomimicry Global Design Challenge Entry
Want to wow the judges with your nature-inspired climate change solution? Tune in to this webinar to get the inside scoop on how to create a stand-out entry to the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge. Program staff will go over all the required submission materials, address what elements judges will be looking for in each, and provide tips for clearly communicating your design idea and biomimicry process. Examples from past Challenge entries will be shared, with special attention given to the project presentation document and video pitch requirements.
April 3, 2018 - 6:00pm MDT | Register here
April 5, 2018 - 10:00am MDT | Register here
By Biomimicry Team on in 2018 Global Design Challenge