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  • (PDF) Study of Beehive and its potential 'biomimicry ...

    2012-9-24 · “Study of Beehive and its potential “biomimicry” application on Capsule Hotels in Tokyo, ... Keywords: Biomimicry, beehive, capsule hotels 1.0 Introduction Tokyo is one of the metropolises of the contemporary world and one of the densest cities in matters of population. A high number of global corporations reside in the city

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  • “Study of Beehive and its potential “biomimicry ...

    2012-9-18 · The present research focuses on the biomimicry application of a beehive to Capsule Hotels in Tokyo. The motivation for this investigation is the similar thermal and ventilation requirements between humans and bee colonies as well as the similar typology of the bee combs and capsule rooms. The aim of the current research is to assess the effectiveness of biomimicry strategies based on the ...

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    2020-9-23 · ·The study of shark skin inspired effective swimming suits, as well as a varnish for planes fuselage. Biomimicry thinking helps create products and processes that: · Are sustainable: Biomimicry follows Life’s Principles. Life’s Principles instruct us to build from the bottom up, self-assemble, optimize rather than maximize, use free ...

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  • Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature

    2020-7-12 · Biomimicry has the potential to save the human race and the planet. That’s an attractive offer at a time when COVID has turned everything we know and thought we could count on, on its head.

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  • Biomimetic Patterns in Architectural Design - Moss

    2013-10-15 · Biomimetic is the examination of nature, its models, systems, processes, and elements to emulate or take .inspiration from in order to solve human problems [27] Similar terms include bionics [28]. The term ‗biomimicry‘, or imitation of nature, has been defined as, ‗copying or adaptation or derivation from biology‘ [29].

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  • Biomimicry: Using Nature’s Perfect Innovation

    2021-6-6 · A case study of human skin h. He defines biomimicry as 'mimicking the functional basis of biological forms, processes and systems to produce sustainable solutions', and he invites us to explore not just its potential but specific case studies in architecture where biomimicry has already had an important influence.

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    2020-8-20 · The second objective of this study is to evaluate the potential of beehive fences outfitted with Italian honey bees to deter elephants in Thailand. The beehive fence deterred 64.3% of the elephant groups and 88.4% of the individual elephants. Camera trap video clips reveal attentive and alarm responses of elephants at the fence, providing ...

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    2021-2-24 · Biomimicry is a multi-disciplinary science involving a wide diversity of other domains like electronics, informatics, medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and many others. However, it is quite unusual to find key people or expertise centres that have cognition and expertise in all these disciplines as a whole.

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    2021-3-10 · Global industrialization has accounted for large amounts of generated waste, which have accumulated over the years. To guarantee that the future generations will have sufficient resources like food, water and prosperity, it is therefore necessary to transition from a linear economy to a circular economy. Circular economy is one concept, which has continued to gain traction over the years as an ...

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    2020-8-29 · A City of Peace is designed so that each individual and collective can realize its greatest human potential within the context of the Master Code of Care. A City of Peace is a City of Spirit where the involutionary and evolutionary forces flow through all scales of human life in the city so that the natural outcome is Beauty, Truth and Goodness ...

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    2020-8-3 · Meet 10 European Biotech Initiatives Increasing Wildlife Biodiversity. In the fight against shrinking biodiversity, biotechnology could be a lifesaver. These European biotech initiatives are making a difference for wildlife biodiversity worldwide. Human activity …

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    2015-1-1 · In this chapter, we discuss team coordination in multi-robot systems inspired by the behavior of social insets such as ants and honeybees. Specifically, we study the application instances of ant-inspired robot coverage and bee-inspired robot foraging and pheromone signaling mechanisms and introduce some of our bio-inspired algorithms to deal with these problems.

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    2009-2-17 · VII. Potential weapon developments 1. General trends 2. Lasers (a) Gas-dynamic lasers ... that, in view of its importance and topical interest, this question had been the subject of sustained debate at the Conference meetings. 2. Within the last few years, several governmental and non-governmental ... cular study. The interest it arouses may be ...

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    2017-9-27 · its presence in one of its strategic growth areas: hotels. Several projects are in progress in this area, including the five-star Intercontinental at the Grand Hôtel-Dieu site in Lyon, and the three-star Mama Shelter hotel in Toulouse’s historical city centre. In …

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  • The Biomimicry Institute — Nature-Inspired Innovation

    The Biomimicry Institute empowers people to create nature-inspired solutions for a healthy planet. Biomimicry is an approach to innovation that seeks sustainable solutions to human challenges by emulating nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. Similar concepts include biomimetics and bio …

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  • Biomimetic Patterns in Architectural Design - Moss

    2020-9-23 · ·The study of shark skin inspired effective swimming suits, as well as a varnish for planes fuselage. Biomimicry thinking helps create products and processes that: · Are sustainable: Biomimicry follows Life’s Principles. Life’s Principles instruct us to build from the bottom up, self-assemble, optimize rather than maximize, use free ...

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  • ESA ESTEC Noordwijk, The Netherlands

    2021-1-12 · Therefore, the overall objectives of the study consists in the development of a co-operation platform between space and biomimicry experts in order to bridge current gaps that exist for an effective application of natural mechanisms and phenomena in space system design and to foster the development of a new generation of space systems.

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  • Beehive fences as a sustainable local solution to

    2020-8-20 · The second objective of this study is to evaluate the potential of beehive fences outfitted with Italian honey bees to deter elephants in Thailand. The beehive fence deterred 64.3% of the elephant groups and 88.4% of the individual elephants. Camera trap video clips reveal attentive and alarm responses of elephants at the fence, providing ...

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  • Biomimicry, Biomimetics, Biologically Inspired Design ...

    Biomimicry, Biomimetics, Biologically Inspired Design : much more than inspiration By Camila Freitas There are many human inventions which were inspired by observations of the living (and non-living) systems that surround us. The systematic study of the systems of nature with the aim of helping engineers has started to receive greater interest since the 60s: … Biomimicry, Biomimetics ...

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  • Biomimicry for Regenerative Built Environments: Mapping ...

    2018-5-2 · biomimicry to respond to climate change and biodiversity loss in the context of architectural and urban design [28]. This is because ecosystem biomimicry fits into a paradigm of whole systems thinking and change, rather than the design of single components. Ecosystem biomimicry remains the least explored aspect of biomimicry in built form. 1.4.

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  • PhD in Philosophy of Biomimicry | EURAXESS

    2021-4-12 · The Philosophy Group seeks a talented PhD candidate in the field of philosophy of technology or environmental philosophy, doing philosophical and ethical investigations of biomimetic technologies and their applications. An increasing trend in technological design is biomimicry or biomimetics. Biomimetic technologies consist in the imitation or ...

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  • Back to nature | GlobalPETS

    2021-5-22 · The processes in an anthill or a beehive, for instance, start to give us insight in our own complex processes, such as crowd control and non-hierarchical organisations. Our insight into ecosystems has recently been used to study our own financial system as a business ecosystem. Sustainability. Going back to nature means being true to nature.

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    The European Commission and the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communication started a dialogue on nature-based solutions (NBS) in 2015. In this report, European and Brazilian experts analyse the occurrence and potential of

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  • Saving resources and the climate? A systematic review

    2020-11-17 · Government of Netherlands 2016 A circular economy in the Netherlands by 2050 1–72 Google Scholar Govindan K and Hasanagic M 2018 A systematic review on drivers, barriers, and practices towards circular economy: a supply chain perspective Int. J. Prod. Res. 56 278–311

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  • Nature’s Experiences for Building Technology

    2008-6-24 · Application of biomimicry The method. If we want to consciously emulate nature's genius, we need to look at nature differently. As Janine Bensius, co-founder of the Biomimicry Guild (see [3]], mentions in her book ‘Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature’ (see [2]) there are two approaches for using biomimicry: a) In the biology-to-design approach, a biological phenomenon suggests a new ...

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    2016-11-13 · beehive looks like a chaotic mess but the activities within it are coordinated and distributed. Each bee fulfils its role efficient-ly for the good of the whole colony. Fair distribution by design Water is a vital commod-ity, but in some regions it is in short supply. Grass in a given area is laid out in such a way that it en-sures even and ...

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    The study examines sharing economy sectors and gives some recommendations: a screening model has been developed which indicates which market/business models ecolabels should focus on in future; ecolabels should adopt a medium broad definition of the sharing economy, divided into its three main groups: gig, peer-to-peer and access economy;

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  • Biomimicry and Architecture Research Papers -

    The Netherlands for instance produces less than 4% of its energy by means of sustainable sources [CBS, 2008]. The rest is fossils and a bit of imported nuclear energy. As Mackay [2009] demonstrated, it is very difficult to establish a society fully run on renewables.

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  • Environmental Science | EnvironmentalScience.org

    2019-9-27 · Biomimicry was derived from two words; bios means ‘alive’ and mimesis means ‘to copy’ or ‘imitate’. Therefore biomimicry can be defined as the effort of mimicking or imitate nature and its living components. The term biomimicry began to surface in the early 1982 and …

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  • Birds’ Nests Biomimicry : How Birds’ Nests Inspire ...

    By Dorit Aviv, Ph.D. Waterfront communities are the most susceptible to climate change and to extreme weather events. Beyond the risk of flooding itself, centralized water and energy systems are prone to failure under dynamic storm conditions; the connectivity of sewage and water supply in waterfront neighborhoods is often compromised during storms. . For instance, in 2012, during Hurricane ...

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  • Energy and Water Autonomy for Off-Grid Waterfront

    2018-2-12 · grow materials by harnessing its ability to digest and transform cellulosic food into natural composites. This paper will specifically discuss work in progress into mycelium colonisation techniques applied to textiles and their potential to propose innovative patterning processes and slow-grown embellishments for fashion applications.

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    The online panel discussion organised by European Policy Centre (EPC), in partnership with Apple, on 1 June 2021 will bring together policy-makers, and representatives of industry and civil society to discuss the role of innovation and partnerships in achieving zero pollution, climate neutrality and a circular economy. View full discussion.

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  • International | European Circular Economy

    2018-6-13 · support its activities in education, communications and working as a business catalyst. McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm, provided the overall project management, developed the fact base and delivered the analytics for the report. In addition to a number of leading academic and industry experts,

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  • Study of Beehive and its potential 'biomimicry ...

    Study of Beehive and its potential 'biomimicry' application on Capsule hotels in Tokyo, Japan . By Despoina Fragkou and Elizabeth Victoria Stevenson. Abstract. The present research focuses on the biomimicry application of a beehive to Capsule Hotels in Tokyo. The motivation for this investigation is the similar thermal and ventilation ...

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    2008-6-24 · Application of biomimicry The method. If we want to consciously emulate nature's genius, we need to look at nature differently. As Janine Bensius, co-founder of the Biomimicry Guild (see [3]], mentions in her book ‘Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature’ (see [2]) there are two approaches for using biomimicry: a) In the biology-to-design approach, a biological phenomenon suggests a new ...

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  • Nature’s Experiences for Building Technology

    2018-4-11 · Modern beehive yields around 20kg of higher quality honey as compared to 6-8 kg of yields from traditional beehives. This situation results in growing domestic prices of table honey and poor perspectives for reaching export markets. The objective of this study is to assess the financial and economic rationale of the USAID

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  • HONEY PRODUCTION IN ETHIOPIA: A COST-BENEFIT

    2021-4-21 · The Turkey - Netherlands Joint Economic and Trade Commission (hereinafter referred to as JETCO), which was established with ^the Declaration Establishment of JET O signed in Ankara on June 3, 2014, held its third meeting in a virtual environment on September 28, 2020. The agreement on ollaboration in the transition to

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  • DEFINING CIRCULARITY OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN TURKEY

    2015-12-31 · women’s participation. A value chain study conducted by SNV in collaboration with other partners in 2005 revealed that despite its potential for enhancing rural livelihoods, limited value addition was being realised in prevailing beekeeping practices. Building on the study findings and comparative experiences in Ethiopia,

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  • WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN BEEKEEPING IN ZAMBIA

    1 Introduction. An urban heat island is an urban area that is significantly warmer than its surrounding rural areas due to human activities. This climate phenomenon was first investigated and described by Luke Howard in the beginning of the 19th century (Howard, 1818).Tarmac, concrete and stone shape our cityscape (Minke, 2010).This supports the potential for the urban heat island effect ...

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  • Biomimetic inspired, natural ventilated façade

    By Dorit Aviv, Ph.D. Waterfront communities are the most susceptible to climate change and to extreme weather events. Beyond the risk of flooding itself, centralized water and energy systems are prone to failure under dynamic storm conditions; the connectivity of sewage and water supply in waterfront neighborhoods is often compromised during storms. . For instance, in 2012, during Hurricane ...

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  • Energy and Water Autonomy for Off-Grid Waterfront

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