Biomimicry Global Design Challenge

Biomimicry Global Design Challenge

How can we accelerate the commercial viability of biomimetic solutions to our greatest challenges? The Biomimicry Institute and the Ray C. Anderson Foundation have jointly announced the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge and the creation of a $100,000 Ray C. Anderson “Ray of Hope” Prize designed to bring commercially viable solutions from the design lab to the market.

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Seeking the Next $100,000 Winner for the Ray of Hope Prize
The Ray of Hope Prize competition, offering the world’s premiere biomimicry prize, is awarded annually to a nature-inspired startup solution that is leveraging business as a force for good. The application for the 2019-2020 season is now open.
Oct 14, 2019 9:30 AM ET
Beth Rattner at Climate One: Climate Change May Take Out Some of Our Best Teachers
Beth Rattner of the Biomimicry Institute recently spoke at a Climate One panel and podcast about "nature's best teachers."
Jul 18, 2019 9:30 AM ET
Beth Rattner at Climate One: What Is Biomimicry?
Beth Rattner recently spoke at a Climate One panel and podcast, explaining what biomimicry is, and the role it can play in product design.
Jul 11, 2019 9:30 AM ET
These Students Came up With an Ingenious Way to Keep Buildings Cool
Taking a page from the termite construction manual, Team Phalanx from the Industrial Design program at California State University, Long Beach has developed an insulation that could revolutionize how homes and offices are cooled.
Jul 8, 2019 9:30 AM ET
Biomimicry Institute Blog: 10 Finalist Teams Use Nature's Lessons to Create Climate Change Solutions
Páramo is an alpine tundra ecosystem exclusively located in the Northern Andes of South America and the home to the bryophytes that a team from Bogota, Colombia were inspired by in developing their concept, Bryosoil. Bryosoil is a flood prevention system that took the first place prize for student teams in the 2019 Biomimicry Global Design Challenge. 
Jul 1, 2019 9:30 AM ET

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