Grace Decker

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Recent Posts by Grace

Wed Jan 11, 2012 11:34 AM in Biomimicry
Hi there- Now that the holidays are behind us, I wanted to remind teachers interested in Biomimicry about the opportunity to participate in the Biomimicry Youth Design Challenge this year. Registration is open until Feb 1. I'm attaching the complete descriptions of the contest process and rules-- please feel free to get in touch if I can help, or visit our website to learn more about the Ch...

Wed Jan 11, 2012 11:19 AM in Biomimicry Youth Design Challenge
Hi Caryn. Thanks for posting those resources! I'm pretty new to this Forum and didn't realize how helpful that might be to teachers. In regard to the Youth Challenge, we ask that the youngest participants enter with an all-class project (we've even had an all-school project!) which uses the free curriculum materials that accompany our children's music CD about biomimicry, Ask The Planet . ...

Mon Jan 09, 2012 2:34 PM in Nature's chemistry
Hello, Our organization, the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute, is working on a series of chemistry labs that explore nature's chemistry and the ways organisms manage chemical processes without extreme heat or toxic by-products. I am curious as to whether there is an appetite for this kind of resource, and if so, what the best way(s) to disseminate this material would be? Thank you, Grace