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Nature can show us how to move forward!

The exploration of nature and its processes to yield innovative solutions to complex problems is an interesting and novel approach that companies are starting to use as another way to “think outside the box” to identify business opportunities. As those of you who follow my articles know, I’m very intrigued with the idea of using […]

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Nature offers many degrees of innovation

If you have been following my columns for the past few months, it’s obvious that biomimicry — using nature as a guide for solving problems or designing products — has recently become a topic of passion for me. To take it a step further, there are efforts at combining biomimicry with another of my interests: […]

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Biomimicry: A new perspective can alter your outlook on world

As part of my innovation consulting efforts, I’m getting more heavily involved in the area of biomimicry and the idea of using nature as a guide to providing technological insights. The exploration of nature and its processes to yield innovative solutions to complex problems is an interesting and novel approach that not only researchers, but […]

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