Janine Benyus speaks about how biomimicry can shape new approaches to materials and manufacturing.

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This is an unedited talk filmed at TEDActive 2014 and released by TED Archive in 2017.

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Biologist Janine Benyus talks to us about the engineering that occurs in nature and how biomimicry could deeply impact the way we manufacture. She explores some of the secrets and biological strategies nature has to offer — and which she’s made accessible on AskNature.org. TEDArchive presents previously unpublished talks from TED conferences.

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