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Going Circular Film

Going Circular Film | February 25, 2022

Our co-founder, Janine Benyus, discusses how solutions for creating a circular economy and planet have already been perfected in nature itself in the 2021 feature documentary, Going Circular.

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Immersion Workshop: Discover Nature’s Genius for Social Innovation

February 8, 2022

This seven-day immersion in the heart of the North Cascades National Park will explore the lessons nature has to teach us about creating a more adaptable, resilient, cooperative, and networked world. Learn more and register on the workshop webpage here. 

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Synapse: Spark Biomimicry Ideas

August 26, 2019

Synapse by Biomimicry 3.8 is an environment for our staff to share their expertise and thought leadership in biomimicry with the world. It’s our way of inviting you to join us in our awe for the natural world and discover the inspirational ways that innovators from around the world are using biomimicry to solve tough challenges, […]

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New iSites Book

“iSites: Biomimetic Nature Journaling for Biomimicry” is a hands-on journal with prompts for observing the natural world, asking the right questions, and building your own collection of inspiring biological forms, processes, and systems. In this book, you will use six “biomimicry lenses” to tap into design lessons, inspirations, and ideas waiting to be discovered in […]

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Expo 2020 Dubai | Food, Agriculture & Livelihoods Week

February 18, 2022

Dr. Dayna Baumeister spoke about how to grow food sustainably and foster abundance by embracing ancient wisdom and utilizing biomimetic practices.

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That’s the core idea behind biomimicry, that the best ideas might not be ours. They might already have been invented.

— Janine Benyus, Biomimicry 3.8 co-founder
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