Biomimicry Institute
Education: Youth

Challenge yourself to design generously.

Challenge yourself to design generously.

Can human designs give more to the planet than they take? We need a new generation of innovators, who know how to create man-made materials, products, and systems that are regenerative, circular, and generous to all species.

Can hornets, kelp, and ants help us solve climate change? These kids think so.

Can hornets, kelp, and ants help us solve climate change? These kids think so.

This year, middle and high school students from across the U.S. took part in the first-ever Youth Design Challenge, learning how to use biomimicry to create solutions to climate change.

Four Engaging Ways to Bring Biomimicry into Your Classroom

Four Engaging Ways to Bring Biomimicry into Your Classroom

Finding clever, hands-on lessons and activities in today’s STEM classrooms can be challenging for any topic, particularly sustainability. That’s why biomimicry can make all the difference in the world.

Those Other Senses

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