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Biomimicry: Problem Solving with Nature

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Registration for this event will close on June 17, 2024 @ 7:00pm.

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How did a Kingfisher improve a high-speed train? How has a gecko helped astronauts? Hedgehogs are helping reduce the chances of concussions. Nature educator Kim White explains these and many more examples during this lecture including a short visit with animal ambassadors. Appropriate for ages 10 through adult. 

This is a hybrid event. Choose to attend in-person or virtually.

This program is part of our Summer Reading Challenge: Read, Renew, Repeat.

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