Intro to Biomimicry Course Documents
Honors Course Syllabus by Prof. Frankic
Online Biomimicry Course by Prof. Frankic
Biomimicry in Green Harbors Talks
The First NASA Annual National Biomimicry Summit and Education Forum, August 2-4 2016, Cleveland, Ohio
Biodiversity for Livable Climate, Harvard University, Cambridge, November 19, 2016
Frankić, A., L. Greber and M. Farnsworth.(2011). Teaching and learning with nature using a biomimicry-based approach to restore three keystone habitats: salt marsh, eel grass and shellfish beds. Biomimicry Institute, Editor. Proceedings of the first biomimicry in higher education webinar. January 29, 2011: TBI. [PDF]
(Thanks in part to suggestions from the Biomimicry Institute reading list.)
Benyus. J. (2002). Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. USA Perennial
Design and Nature II. Ed M. W. Collins et. Al. 2004.
McDonough, W. (2004). Cradle to Cradle.
Pawlyn, M. (2011) Biomimicry in Architecture
Thompson, D. W.. (1992) On Growth and Form: The Complete Revised Edition.
Ask Nature is a webpage showcasing innovative biomimicry designs.