Biomimicry is learning from nature
Biomimicry is learning from nature. Strong materials can be made by studying the composition of scobweb and bones. Cobweb is 5 times stronger than steel and bones are strong, yet hollow. Coral uses carbon dioxide as building material. These and many other examples of biomimicry were presented by Jamaica den Heijer at the Ray Anderson Symposium at Interface the Netherlands, 10 October 2019. This symposium is organised by Social Responsible Corporation association, MVO Netherlands.
Harmsen Consultancy is partner of MVO. I was present at the lively symposium in which young people presented their companies working for a better world.