Nature’s processes are way ahead of the cutting edge of mankind’s technologies. Her forms inspire efficiencies beyond what was thought possible.
In her presentation, Claire Janisch, the founding Director of BiomimicrySA, will explore how we are learning from and emulating nature’s forms, processes and systems for innovative responses to human challenges. There are literally as many ideas as there are organisms, with profound lessons and outcomes for technology development, business, the health sector and our world in general.
The talk, “Think Outside: Innovation Inspired by Nature” is in partnership with Pure Beginnings, a range of organic skin care for families that is not harmful to the environment.
This event takes place on Saturday, July 27 from 2pm to 4pm at Makaranga Garden Lodge in Kloof. R120 per person, includes a delicious tea, lucky draw prizes and a donation towards Singakwenza Early Childhood Education.
Singakwenza is a local charity based at Cedara which teaches educators and parents how to provide fun, stimulating activities that enable young children to learn vital educational foundations through play, supported by toys and resources made solely from household packaging.
Where: Makaranga Garden Lodge in Kloof
When: Saturday, July 27
RSVP: Linda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 033 343 1650.
Picture credits: Mother Nature Network/Interesting Engineering