Biomimicry Advisory Services
Biomimicry Advisory Services (BAS) is an independent financial and market research and advisory firm, providing strategic advice and ongoing intelligence on emerging biomimicry technologies.
BAS’s mission is to help leaders in the commercial, public, and social sectors develop a deeper understanding of biomimicry innovations and to provide a fact base that contributes to decision making on financial investments in this emerging section.
The ability to innovate is a driver of productivity, competitiveness and prosperity. Innovation requires entrepreneurs to rethink and adopt new approaches to their businesses, and embracing new technologies and manufacturing opportunities can distinguish you from your competitors.
But what are some powerful tech trends that can drive company success? What should you pay attention to?
Biomimicry (from bios, meaning life, and mimesis, meaning to imitate) is a scientific design discipline that seeks sustainable solutions by emulating Nature’s time-tested patterns and strategies. The core idea is that Nature, after 3.8 billion years of research and development, has already solved many of the problems we are grappling with in industry, government and agriculture, such as packaging, transportation, energy production, non-toxic chemistry, carbon sequestration, crop production and a whole lot more.
Biomimicry isn’t itself a product but a process, drawing on natural organisms and processes in order to spark innovation. Biomimicry innovations are fertile hunting grounds for disruptive business opportunities, and corporate executives, investors, policymakers, and entrepreneurs across many industries look this emergent field to drive sustainable growth.
Biomimicry Business Intelligence
The commercialization of biomimicry breakthroughs are challenging to understand and to take advantage of this emerging field – Biomimicry Business Intelligence analysts are specialists in understanding and assessing these complex and rapidly-changing innovations.
"Doing it nature's way" has the potential to change the way we grow food, make materials, harness energy, heal ourselves, store information, and conduct business."
— Janine Benyus, Biomimicry 3.8