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Learn more about the business "ecosystem"

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Getting inspired by nature? Really easy.

Taking a nature-inspired idea from concept to prototype to commercialization? Really, really hard.

The work that needs to happen between coming up with a great idea and having it succeed in the marketplace is intense, but there are tools to get you there. In the last webinar in our seven-part Biomimicry Global Design Challenge series, presenter Faye Yoshihara, principle at Forest Fractal, LLC, will not only share how the market is really an ecosystem, but will demonstrate tools for how to position your innovation to...

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How to make a video that will wow the judges

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You've been working hard for months to scope and create your design and you're almost at the finish line. Congrats! But remember - it's not only important to have a great design in this challenge. You also need to be able to pitch your idea through a compelling video.

Your video pitch is where your innovation comes to life. It's your chance to show us your team's personality, give us a detailed look at your design and your design process, and tell us who your innovation will help and how.

Remember, your video doesn't need to be fancy -...

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Students: Looking for another challenge?

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Can't get enough of innovation competitions? We love to share opportunities from like-minded organizations, so check out the latest opportunity from Ocean Exchange and Southern Georgia University, called the BIG Pitch Competition.

They're looking for innovations from undergraduate and graduate students that are focused on improving economies, health and the environment. In particular, they're interested in solutions that reduce waste and the use of natural resources, and improve productivity.

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