This 6 minute video introduces biomimicry, the application of biomimicry at different scales, and connections to the circular economy.

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This video featuring Janine Benyus was produced in collaboration between Vox and 99% Invisible.  It begins with a story about the Shinkansen high speed train in Japan and how biomimicry helped solve its noise problems. Other examples are included as well as a nice description of the the different scales at which biomimicry can be applied (form, process, and system), and how biomimicry can contribute to a circular economy.

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