Biomimicry Talk and Workshop

15 September 2021

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What is biomimicry? Presentation and workshop by UWA academic Dr Silvia Lozeva.

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Although relatively new, the concept of biomimicry, understood as ‘a revolutionary new science that analyses nature’ is not entirely new, as there are a number of historical examples that have been used for bio-design (Leonardo Da Vinci’s flying machine, Indigenous ways of sustainable management of the land that mimic natural process, Art Nouveau etc)

Join Dr Lozeva from the University of WA to learn more about this exciting science, and participate in a workshop which will explore practical applications of biomimicry and sustainable solutions for a rapidly changing world.

Event Information

Hosted by

City of Melville Museums

Time10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cost

Free - Bookings Essential

Contact Details

City of Melville - 9364 0158

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Location

Wireless Hill Museum
Telefunken Drive
Ardross, WA 6153
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