Could Bioimimicry solve global hunger?

| September 13, 2012
biomimicry
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Biomimicry or biomimetics is the examination of nature for inspiratioin order to solve human problems. The latest wave of biomimicry research has focused on the question of symbiosis, essentially nature’s cooperative exchanges. Could this help address world water and food challenges?
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