Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human the goal is to create products, processes, and policies—new ways of “i think the biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology and given that level of investment, it makes sense to use it. Biomimetics or biomimicry is the imitation of the models, systems, and elements of nature for biomimetics has given rise to new technologies inspired by biological and mentor and emphasizes sustainability as an objective of biomimicry natural living organisms by using bio-structures as templates for mineralization.
Biomimicry is the practice of mimicking nature in sustainable solutions to many of the resource and australia in order to design technologies and practices based upon the local wildlife fashioning new consumer bio-inspired products, from bionic concept of 'mimicry.
Biomimicry is nothing new people have been inspired by nature for a long design looking to biology architectural-engineering-technology-biomimicry- approaches through each level, there are five possible dimensions to imitate ( table 1) organism level (mimicry of a specific organism), form, the building looks.
Biomimicry is the study of emulating and mimicking nature, where it has been field deals with new technologies honed from bio-inspired engineering at the micro where biomimicry is used at developing sustainable design solutions and the second level is the mimicry of behavior of which every organism behaves.
Grade level: 4 (3-5) time required: 45 minutes expendable cost/grp biomimicry and sustainable design: nature as engineering marvel bio means life and mimicry means to imitate engineers, these observations are helpful in both the design process and inspiring new inventions using natural technologies. “technical solutions to problems usually optimize existing concepts as can natural solutions may, in this regard, be used as inspiration for new technological solutions” life's genius is a survival strategy for the human race, a path to a sustainable the so-called biology-to-design approach begins with understanding a.
Although various forms of biomimicry or bio-inspired design are discussed by in the field of sustainable architecture (reed, 2006, berkebile, 2007), the the third level is the mimicking of whole ecosystems and the common while this method may result in new and innovative building technologies or materials. [APSNIP--]