Tag: biomimicry


Scientific breakthroughs often follow a collective focus on an issue or problem. When a tipping point is reached, the combination of small solutions across sectors spurs a giant leap forward. Renewable energy development has been a growing focus of international Read more…


A recent study found that current solar technology is more efficient at transforming sunlight into energy than plants. Biomimicry is basically the practice of observing processes in nature, and copying Mother Earth’s strategy for efficiency and waste reduction. In an Read more…


The brain, in some ways, is simply the biological device that keeps a body running and the mind thinking. In that way it is like a computer. An international team of scientists has discovered striking similarities between the human brain, Read more…


Article by Amy Hengst appearing courtesy of Matter Network. Termite mounds may look like ugly piles of dirt, but they provide important clues for architects designing energy-efficient buildings. Termite mounds are built six to 30 feet high off the ground Read more…

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