Engineering & Design at Biomimicry 3.8
Seth's passion is leveraging the combination of engineering, design thinking and biomimicry to help clients solve their toughest challenges by enabling breakthrough sustainable innovation. In addition to project work, Seth facilitates courses and workshops, where he enjoys introducing people to biomimicry concepts and methodology. He also serves as faculty at ASU, teaching Biomimicry & Engineering for the MS program. He frequently lectures at design, engineering and sustainability conferences.
Sustainability Design Deep Dive 2020 Session Description
Presentation: Biomimicry, Product Design, and the Circular Economy
Biomimicry is design innovation inspired by the way that nature works. The concept of a circular economy is a great example of biomimicry since there is no such thing as waste in nature. In ecosystems, resources flow through endless closed loops. But how do we design products to flow through a circular economy? What can nature teach us about how to create the most sustainable designs possible? This session is all about learning to ask these questions and how to look for the answers.