|What on Earth is Biomimicry?|
|Date||Friday June 14, 2019|
|Time||8:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park
|Description||Friday, June 14 at 8:00pm in the Campground Amphitheater, learn the answer to the question “What on Earth is Biomimicry?” with Jamie Dwyer. Discover how people are using biomimicry to identify design solutions, become more sustainable, and come up with new inventions. This revolutionary way of mimicking natural processes in technological design is sweeping the world and changing the way scientists, engineers and mechanics address possible innovations of the future. Learn about amazing creatures and explore natural artifacts in this family-friendly and engaging program.
Dwyer is a biomimicry research and design principal for Biomimicry 3.8. She is a Certified Biomimicry Professional, having earned her Master of Science in Biomimicry after earning degrees in biology and architecture—two seemingly divergent fields that are perfectly united through the practice of biomimicry. Dwyer enjoys living in Montana while working for a biomimicry consulting firm to find biological strategies and solve design challenges with a wide array of clients.