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Saturday, October 24 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Applying Biomimicry Solutions to the Food Systems Challenge

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The architect, the mail courier, the politician and the student all begin their days with breakfast. It is difficult to identify any human enterprise that isn’t connected in some way to the food system. The CU Biomimicry Club hosts this workshop to explore our current food system and how it could benefit from nature inspired mutualism and systems thinking. We will first review the tenets of biomimicry and then use biomimicry as a framework to help design new ideas and systems. Presented by Elliot Kesrgaard, Ted Thayer, Elena Hansen, Fraser Dominic and Braeden Miguel.


Fraser Dominic Dominic

CU Boulder Biomimicry Club
Fraser Dominic is a senior studying Psychology and is the communications officer and a leading member of the Biomimicry Club. He is interested in reestablishing our culture's relationship with food through community building and collaboration.

Elena Hansen

CU Boulder Biomimicry Club
Elena Hansen is a senior studying Environmental Design and is a co-chair of the Biomimicry Club. She is interested in redesigning the way communities view and participate in the food system.

Eliot Kersgaard

CU Boulder Biomimicry Club
Eliot Kersgaard is a senior studying Engineering Physics and is a co-chair of the Biomimicry Club at CU. He is interested in creating a more sustainable food system and implementing ecological design into urban environments.

Braedon Miguel

CU Boulder Biomimicry Club
Braeden Miguel is a recent CU graduate who enjoys doing collaborative projects and working hard. He is really excited for Bioneers this year for the chance to network with people who share similar passions and because of the opportunity for us all to learn from one another.
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Ted Thayer

LASP, Jet Pack International, MyCoNet, Myra Makes, Boulder Biomimicry
Space Researcher, Avionics Consultant, Full-Stack Developer, Toy Maker, Biomimic

Saturday October 24, 2015 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Humanities 125 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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