When: Tuesdays 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, April 18 and 25; May 2 and 9.
Where: Sea Discovery Center, Poulsbo
“Biomimicry: Emulating Nature's Genius
Biomimicry provides an important lens for innovation. By looking at and applying nature's strategies to innovation, we can take the best of 3.8 billion years of time tested research and development and apply it to design of products, systems and processes.
Introducing biomimicry thinking to the creative process provides a framework for sustainability. By emulating the overarching principles that nature uses to create conditions conducive to life, as well as looking for specific methodologies, we can come up with solutions to our biggest challenges.
This course teaches you about observation, function and assimilation, as well as the principles in which nature operates. Biomimicry thinking offers an exciting new lens in which to view the world.
Instructor: Nan Woodman
Nan Woodman is a biologist, naturalist, designer, artist, creative thinker and entrepreneur. As a Biomimicry Professional and Consultant for Fortune 500 companies she leverages her strengths in innovative ideation, biology and strategic thinking to solve environmental challenges based on nature's strategies. She holds an MS in Biomimicry from Arizona State University.