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Past Biomimicry Events

NUS lecture series: Paul Hawken and Janine Benyus 

March 2016
Hosted by National University of Singapore. Sponsored by Interface

Networking session on biomimicry by Singapore Green Building Council & Interface

September 2014

Join us for an evening to explore Biomimicry, the way in which humans can successfully mimic nature's principles in the built environment to guide better design, deliver successful cases of innovation, and support decision making. Speakers: Erin Meezan (VP of Sustainability, Interface), Jamie Dwyer (Biologist and Design Strategist). 

Photo credit: Interface Singapore 

Biomimicry at the Nano level: TedxSingapore women by Dr. Low Hong Yee

March 2013

One of 3 winners in the 2010 L'oreal for Women in Science Fellowship, Dr. Low Hong Yee talks about bio-inspired nanotechnology and her research leading an Industrial Consortium on Nanoimprint Technology at IMRE, Singapore. Born in Malaysia, Dr. Low Hong Yee received her B.Sc and Ph.D. degrees in the field of polymer science and engineering from Case Western Reserve University, OH, USA. She joined the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) in late 1999.


Watch Low Hong Yee's talk

(Extracted from Dr. Low's talk)
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