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BIOMIMICRY The European Map of Bio-Inspiration Projects and Initiatives
Caroline Zaoui  1, *@  , Jean-Michel Scheuren  1@  , Kalina Raskin-Delisle  2@  
1 : BiomimicryBE  (BMYBE)  -  Site web
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2 : Centre Européen d'Excellence en Biomimétisme de Senlis  (CEEBIOS)  -  Site web
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CEEBIOS - Mairie de Senlis Place Henri IV, 60300 Senlis -  France
* : Auteur correspondant

Biomimicry is an innovation process encouraging the transfer of ideas, concepts and strategies inspired from the living world, with the
objective of designing human applications which are compatible with the biosphere's mode of functioning. It is therefore a sustainability tool that fosters trans-disciplinarity to tackle environmental challenges in a systematic way.

The European Biomimicry Alliance is a trans-national network of European experts in the field of sustainable innovation through biomimicry. Contributors to the alliance are mostly certified Biomimicry professionals, specialists and other experts in the field of bionics and biomimetics with diverse professional backgrounds. EBA members jointly work on outreach, education, facilitation and innovation using biomimicry and take advantage of the multi-disciplinarity and multi-level experience within the alliance.

 

Proposed bibliography

● Rockström, Johan, Will Steffen, Kevin Noone, Asa Persson, F. Stuart Chapin, Eric F. Lambin, Timothy M. Lenton, et al. “A Safe Operating Space for Humanity.” Nature 461, no. 7263 (2009): 472–75. doi:10.1038/461472a.

● Pawlowski, Artur. Sustainable Development as a Civilizational Revolution: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Challenges of the 21st Century. CRC Press, 2011.

● Benyus, Janine M. Biomimicry ­ Innovation Inspired by Nature. Harper Collins, 2009.

● Fermanian Business & Economic Institute. Global Biomimicry Efforts ­ An Economic Game Changer, 2010.

● Hermine Durand, and Claire Hubert. Étude Sur La Contribution Du Biomimétisme À La Transition Vers Une Économie Verte En France : État Des Lieux, Potentiel, Leviers. Ministère du Développement durable. Collection « Études et Documents » de La Délégation Au Développement Durable (DDD) Du Commissariat Général Au Développement Durable (CGDD), October 2012..

● Pawlyn, Michael. Biomimicry in Architecture. Riba Publishing, 2011.

● Swiegers, Gerhard. Bioinspiration and Biomimicry in Chemistry: Reverse­Engineering Nature. John Wiley & Sons, 2012.

● Vincent, J F V. “Biomimetics – a Review.” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine 223, no. 8 (November 1, 2009): 919–39. doi:10.1243/09544119JEIM561.

● Vincent, Julian F.V., Olga A. Bogatyreva, Nikolaj R. Bogatyrev, Adrian Bowyer, and Anja­Karina Pahl. “Biomimetics: Its Practice and Theory.” Journal of The Royal Society Interface 3, no. 9 (August 22, 2006): 471–82. doi:10.1098/rsif.2006.0127.



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