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What Can Today's Designers Learn From Nature?

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What Can Today's Designers Learn From Nature?

What Can Today's Designers Learn From Nature?

What Can Today's Designers Learn From Nature?

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Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode The Power Of Design

About Janine Benyus' TED Talk

Science writer Janine Benyus believes more innovators should look to nature when solving a design problem. She says the natural world is full of inspired ideas for making things waterproof, solar-powered and more.

About Janine Benyus

Science author Janine Benyus has become one of the most important voices in a new wave of designers and engineers inspired by nature—a practice called biomimicry. Her most recent project, AskNature, is a website that helps designers discover solutions from nature's database.