• Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Singapore features Biomimicry Singapore Network

    December 2019

    A new article by the Urban Development Authority (URA) of Singapore covered Biomimicry Singapore Network and the Biological and Biomimetic Materials Laboratory (BBML) at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore.

     

    The author quoted Dr. Anuj as saying - “Circular economy, at its very root, is biomimicry. It’s a concept we learned from nature—nature produces no waste”. It also quoted Prof Ali Miserez from NTU whose lab is studying the structural, biochemical, and physicochemical principles of natural organisms.  

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  • A new documentary on Nature's Tiny Superheroes on Channel News Asia

    July 2019

    Voiced by naturalist Nick Baker, Our Tiny Superheroes is an incredible introduction to the mini-marvels living among us, and the maverick scientists in Singapore who are trying to unlock the secrets of their superpowers. Do not miss watching this 42 mins documentary to understand the deep biomimicry research that is ongoing in Singapore. 

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  • Building Cities with tips of Nature

    11 August 2017

    Dr. Anuj Jain and Mrs. Kirtida Mekani wrote in STRAITS TIMES Science section on 11 Aug 2017 about how answers to Singapore's sustainability innovation might, after all, lie in better understanding and learning from our rich natural heritage. Singapore has already championed tropical urban greenery and is one of the world’s most biodiverse cities. Can we also be champions in innovation from nature in the tropics, and spur a new generation of nature-inspired entrepreneurship? We will need to inculcate a practice of viewing nature as our classroom - a model, a measure and a mentor.​

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  • Article: Nature's Strategies in Desert & Swamp 

    Nature Watch April - June 2017

    An article by Dr. Anuj Jain in the Nature Society (Singapore)'s quarterly magazine 'Nature Watch'

    on learning from nature explains how flora and fauna have adapted in the contrasting biomes of a swamp forest in Louisiana and the Sonoran desert in the US – adaptations that biomimicry practitioners might be able to use to find solutions to human problems. 

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