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Biodesign Short Term Program

Short Term Field Program (workshop)

overview

This hands-on, interdisciplinary course introduces biomimicry as a discipline to learn from emulating natural forms, processes, and ecosystems to create sustainable designs. As students reflect on the global decarbonization challenge, they will learn design strategies from nature and organisms as mentors. The multidisciplinary team of faculty will lead students through activities and processes for sustainable design solutions based on applying both analogical and digital tools to develop the experimental design process. Excellent for multidisciplinary cohorts of architecture, business, entrepreneurship, engineering, biology, design, and other fields.

Code

BIODES 3000

language

ENGLISH

terms

Fall, Spring

credit

4 credits / 60 contact hours (check availability)

fees

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