Nature produces some of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen…
Posts Tagged ‘biomimicry’
Tweet I’ll be doing a series of guest posts this month on the topics of biomimicry and renewable energy for a colleague’s blog. Energy Resources for North Carolina Teachers focuses on bringing alternative energy information and activities to school kids from K-12. If you teach, check out the blog or attend one of their workshops. [...]
The Oriental wasp can actually make solar electricity with the yellow and brown stripes on its back. Weird.
The desert actually receives enough rain to support plant life, so what’s to stop us from re-foresting those empty tracts?
Next time you’re trying to solve a complex mathematical proof, go ask an E. coli for help. They’re smarter than you think.
Like a freshly plowed field, the smart grid market has exploded with competition.
Yes, there are two roads you can go by, but in the long run… they lead to the same place. It seems Lean and Biomimicry share some common roots.
Today, a couple of visualizations that will help you to look at the natural world in a new way.
TweetThe Consumer Electronics Show is a yearly excuse for just about everyone to geek out. It’s no surprise that the focus on energy efficiency and home management caught my eye. First up, Home Energy Manager promises to put your bloated house on an energy diet. By linking to a series of smart monitors in each [...]