Why biomimicry is the future 2:2
October 07, 2021
What role does biology play in the future of technology? Neuroscientist & Former MIT President Susan Hockfield answers and explains how machines will become more and more alive, as we continue to leverage nature’s genius in the development of new technologies to secure resources for the generations to come. Seth GaleWyrick from Biomimicry 3.8 unriddles the concept of biomimicry and how nature contains the answers to all problems worth solving.
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Intro to WATER x FUTURE podcast series
Intro to episode: "Why biomimicry is the future 2:2"
Welcome to Susan Hockfield, Neuroscientist & Former MIT President
What is your book "The Age of Living Machines: How Biology Will Build the Next Technology Revolution" about, and why did you write it?
Why do you write about Aquaporin in your book?
How groundbreaking was Peter Agre's discovery of the aquaporin protein?
What motivated you to work with biomimicry?
Where do you think biomimicry will take us in the future?
Welcome to Seth GaleWyrick, Biomimicry Engineer at Biomimicry 3.8
Could you introduce yourself and Biomimicry 3.8?
How do you introduce people to biomimicry?
What has nature taught us so far?
Why do you consider yourself lucky working with biomimicry?
What is the potential of biomimicry?
Outro and intro to next episode