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Wednesday, September 09, 2009
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Biomimicry design: Spiders, birds and bees

Join E4S and the NEO Biomimicry Action Network as we increase the awareness of the power of biomimetic design and the opportunities of biomimicry to create value. Regional biomimicry practitioners and researchers will share their design case stories.

Presentations will include:

  • Todd A. Blackledge, Associate Professor, The University of Akron, Silk Biomechanics and Spider Behavior
  • Matthew D. Shawkey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, The University of Akron, Structural Coloration in Bird Plumage
  • Mike Dungan, Co-Founder, BeeDance, the business model of BeeDance is inspired by the honey bee
Register for this free event.

Join E4S and the NEO Biomimicry Action Network as we increase the awareness of the power of biomimetic design and the opportunities of biomimicry to create value. Regional biomimicry practitioners and researchers will share their design case stories. Presentations will include:
  • Todd A. Blackledge, Associate Professor, The University of Akron, Silk Biomechanics and Spider Behavior
  • Matthew D. Shawkey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, The University of Akron, Structural Coloration in Bird Plumage
  • Mike Dungan, Co-Founder, BeeDance, the business model of BeeDance is inspired by the honey bee
Register for this free event.

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