Welcome to Life-Centered, a podcast about how looking to the natural world is impacting technology, society, and how we live our lives.
In this episode Amelia Tracy and I had a chance to catch up with Denise DeLuca. Denise has been an inspiration and instructor to many over the years as both a faculty member at Minneapolis College of Art and Design as well as co-founder of several organizations including Biomimicry for Creative Innovation. Today we learned more about her journey with biomimicry, her thoughts on biomimicry as a tool for social innovation, and the tools she has developed over the years that she has seen make a big impact.
This episode dives into fascinating details of biomimicry and challenges in the field. If you love the 'how to' of biomimicry this is the episode for you.
You can find out more about Denise & her work:
- Company - Biomimicry for Creative Innovation
- Course - Biomimicry Basics Course
- Book - Realigning with Nature