Profiles in "Biomimicry" Expertise Area

  • Michelle is a Biomimicry Professional and a Visual Communication Designer who focuses on defining a life-centered design thinking methodology by infusing biomimicry thinking into the human-centered design process.
  • Hejduk's research is focused on European and American avant-garde architecture and urbanism from around 1960 to the present and its development relative to culture and philosophy of that period.
  • Elena Rocchi, Ph. D., Clinical Associate Professor at ASU The Design School; Faculty Affiliate at The Sidney Poitier New American Film School and The Biomimicry Center; AIA 2020 Educator of the Year Award, Arizona Chapter.
  • I'm changing sustainability from scarcity and limitation to abundance and regenerative growth through biomimicry.
  • Baumeister, a biologist, has worked in biomimicry since 1998 as a business catalyst, educator, researcher, and design consultant, co-founding The Biomimicry Institute and Biomimicry 3.8, and The Biomimicry Center at ASU.
  • Dhruv's interests lie in Additive Manufacturing, cellular materials, and bio-inspired design.