Events

‘Drawdown Learn’ Livestream

from the Omega Institute

Teaching a Solutions-Based Approach to Climate Change
with Paul Hawken and the Project Drawdown team

At the Frying Pan in Industry City, Brooklyn
Friday, October 19
6:30 – 10 pm

RSVP HERE

Paul Hawken & Drawdown Team

Food and drinks available for purchase at the Frying Pan Helm Bar

 


Intro to ‘City as a Forest’ with Chris Garvin

Thursday, September 27, 2018

3:00 PM – 5:15 PM EDT

Interface Showroom

330 5th Ave

RSVP

 


Tapping into Nature: The Future of Energy, Innovation and Business Launch Event

Bio-Beers Event BiomimicryNYC + Terrapin Bright Green

Join the BiomimicryNYC network and Terrapin Bright Green for a special event celebrating the release of Terrapin Bright Green’s newest paper on bioinspired innovation.

Monday, April 13th, 2015
6:30 to 8:30 pm
Pier A Harbor House, the Loft Space
22 Battery Place
New York, NY 10280

Enjoy gorgeous views of the Hudson River from the Loft Space of the Harbor House while mingling with like-minded professionals and enjoying light hors d’oeuvres.

The evening will feature a brief introduction to the paper by the coauthors. Terrapin will also provide a limited number of printed copies of Tapping into Nature  for attendees.

Space is limited, so RSVP today!

Eventbrite - Tapping Into Nature: Launch Event

 


“Finding Inspiration in Nature” Webinar

FINDING INSPIRATION IN NATURE FREE WEBINAR

April 7 & 8*, 2015

  • Session A: April 7 at 10am MDT (5pm British Summer Time)
  • Session B: April 8 at 8pm MDT (*April 9, 10am China Standard Time)
  • Note: the same content will be presented in each session.

Nature’s genius surrounds us. This webinar will equip you to find natural models that fit the design challenge you are working on. Learn the most effective ways to use our award-winning resource for biological inspiration, AskNature, as well as other strategies for finding inspiration in nature.

bit.ly/bgdcwebinars

 


“Applying Nature’s Unifying Patterns” Webinar

Applying Nature's Unifying Patterns Free Webinar

May 5 & 6*, 2015

  • Session A: May 5 at 10am MDT (5pm British Summer Time)
  • Session B: May 6 at 8pm MDT (*May 7, 10am China Standard Time)
  • Note: the same content will be presented in each session.

bit.ly/bgdcwebinars


 

Biomímesis. Taller práctico en un ámbito natural

Biomimicry Columbia presents:
Biomímesis. Taller práctico en un ámbito natural

Colombia

March 21March 23

La práctica de la biomímesis comienza con observar la naturaleza y aprender a observar directamente su genialidad. La innovación bio-inspirada comienza con esta práctica en un bosque de montaña. Diseños, ciudades y empresas usando la metodología biomimética serán inspirados por la biodiversidad colombiana y los principios de vida.
Melina Angel de Biomimicry Colombia

For more info email: biomimesisbogota@gmail.com


 

Biomimicry: A Sustainable Design Methodology

This is a FREE, 4-week introductory online course about biomimicry as a sustainable design methodology.

Nature offers boundless inspiration for sustainable design, but how do we access the wealth of biological information available and apply it effectively to design? This course provides an introduction to the tools and principles of biomimicry, a new discipline that emulates nature’s best ideas and blueprints in order to solve human design challenges. Each week you’ll get outside to explore nature and learn a key biomimicry design concept that you’ll then apply to develop a novel biomimetic design.

At the completion of the course, students will have:

  • Defined and applied biomimicry concepts, tools, and principles by creating novel biomimetic designs.
  • Differentiated between nature’s design principles, strategies, functions, and patterns to apply them to human-made designs.
  • Observed nature and conducted research to learn from nature through real-world, outdoor observations.
  • Employed the biological solutions database AskNature.org to serve as a research tool for design challenges.

Visit Canvas.net for more info and to register.


 

Biomimicry Thinking for Social Innovation

Occidental , CA , United States

April 19April 24

The imperative of our time is to be more adaptable, resilient, cooperative, and networked. Yet life on Earth has already mastered these social practices over the past 3.8 billion years. This first-of-its-kind Immersion Workshop will focus on the social innovation applications of biomimicry. Over the course of the workshop, experienced biomimics will teach participants to:

Learn more >>


 

Chicago Biomimicry Immersion

Lisle , IL , United States

April 25 @ 10:00 am2:30 pm

What if we could (re)design our buildings, communities, and cities to not only LOOK but ACT more like the natural environments they inhabit; making them more sustainable and resilient as a result?

Immerse yourself in the biomimicry design methodology and begin to translate nature’s deep principles of sustainability and resilience into the language of design.

The Chicago Biomimicry Immersion is offered by Prairie Lab, LLC, on one Saturday during the months of April, June, August, and October of 2015: four different seasons, four unique experiences.

Visit prairielab.com/immersion to learn more and register.


9th Annual Veracruz Biomimicry and Design Workshop

 

Veracruz , Mexico

July 8July 18

For the past nine years, biomimicry enthusiasts have flocked to Veracruz, Mexico, each summer to learn about biomimicry in a beautiful setting.

From July 8-18, join Biomimicry Institute staff and our affiliate partners at Universidad Iberoamericana and immerse yourself in the beauty of Veracruz State while learning about biomimicry with peers from all over the world.

Please contact course instructor Raul de Villafranca with any questions: rauldevillafranca@prodigy.net.mx.


 

Nature, Innovation and the Future of Design at SXSW Eco

Mark your calendars for October 5-7, 2015 in Austin, Texas!

The Biomimicry Institute and members of the Biomimicry Global Network are joining forces with SXSW Eco to curate a brand-new biomimicry conference track at the SXSW Eco conference in October 2015.

This track, called Nature, Innovation, and the Future of Design, will explore the intersections of science, technology and design that are inspired, mentored, and measured by the standards of our natural world.

Find more information about SXSW Eco conference here.

 


Biomimicry Global Network Event info courtesy of the Biomimicry Institute.

 


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