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      January 8, 2020

      Wednesday   6:00 PM

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      WILD IDEAS: LEARNING FROM NATURE TO SOLVE HUMAN PROBLEMS

      What do sharks, termites, kingfishers and pitcher plants have in common? By emulating their design, they have helped to make our lives safer, stronger and more efficient. This “borrowing” of ideas is called biomimicry, and there’s much left to be discovered. Join us as we learn more from Deborah Bidwell, College of Charleston Senior Instructor. DATE: TBD January 2020 Thank You to Our Sponsors: Mary and Mason Holland The College of Charleston TICKETS: In an effort to be green, you will not receive a printable ticket. You will recieve email confirmation, and your name will be on our registration list at check in.  PARKING: This location is a short walk from the George Street Parking Garage (34 St. Phillip Street, 4 minute walk), St. Phillip Street Parking Garage (89 St. Phillip Street, 5 minute walk) and Marion Square Garage (399 King Street, 8 minute walk). Please allow enough time to park and walk to College of Charleston campus. 

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