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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Future of design: Biomimicry workshop

Explore the future of design and biomimicry in the place where innovative industries (steel, plastic, rubber, biomedical and advanced manufacturing) meet nature - Northeast Ohio and the Cuyahoga River Valley.

BiomimicryNEO, an action network of E4S and a pilot Biomimicry 3.8 Regional Network, invites professionals and educators in product design, architecture, engineering, research and development, business strategy, biology and industrial design to explore biomimicry in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We are offering a one-day introduction to biomimicry and a three-day experiential program. Learn a proven method of design innovation and the practice and tools for putting biomimicry to work in your organization from two national experts of biomimicry. Seating is limited-register today.

Explore the future of design and biomimicry in the place where innovative industries (steel, plastic, rubber, biomedical and advanced manufacturing) meet nature - Northeast Ohio and the Cuyahoga River Valley. BiomimicryNEO, an action network of E4S and a pilot Biomimicry 3.8 Regional Network, invites professionals and educators in product design, architecture, engineering, research and development, business strategy, biology and industrial design to explore biomimicry in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We are offering a one-day introduction to biomimicry and a three-day experiential program. Learn a proven method of design innovation and the practice and tools for putting biomimicry to work in your organization from two national experts of biomimicry. Seating is limited-register today.

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