Hope in Action — Learning from Nature to Solve Big Problems

Harnessing Nature’s Molecular Water Filter

Training Fungi to Turn Waste into Green Building Materials

Mimicking Oyster Shells to Start New Reefs

Beetle Inspires a New Bright White Color

Insect-Inspired Mesh Captures Water from Power Plants

Sticky Mussels Inspire New Underwater Adhesive

Learning from Plants: Using Light to Produce Chemicals

How Fungi Can Help Clean Up Pollution

Tides Inspire an Eco-friendly Way to Clean Hemp Fibers

Spiders Reveal Solution for Textiles: Turning Liquid Into Thread

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