Spider Webs and Succulents Inspire This Water-Collection Startup

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Spider Webs and Succulents Inspire This Water-Collection Startup

By Heather Clancy

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Friday, November 17, 2017 - 10:00am

CAMPAIGN: Biomimicry Global Design Challenge

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The core team behind NexLoop, a biomimicry venture, has been collaborating on its nature-inspired water collection technology for almost two years. But the first time the three entrepreneurs met in person was in mid-October in California, when their idea won the $100,000 grand prize in the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.

"We have tons of people who are excited about pilots around the world," said C. Mike Lindsey, who hails from Brooklyn, New York, and aspires to a career in urban agriculture. "That's the main goal now: To see what it can do in various climates, and how it can scale."

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Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Keywords: Environment | Awards, Ratings & Rankings | Biomimicry Global Design Challenge | Biomimicry Institute | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Ray of Hope Prize | Responsible Production & Consumption | Water | biomimicry | nature-inspired design

CAMPAIGN: Biomimicry Global Design Challenge

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