Interesting website with a piece of history on the origin of using citations in the academic world with an interview of Eugene Garfield, the inventor of the science citation index in 1955 and founder of ISI, which was later bought by Thomson Reuters. Find out more here.
Learn about patents and the Oktoberfest:
Simply one of the most watched videos on sustainability.
This is another video worth seeing. Janine Benyus, author of “Biomimicry : innovation inspired by nature” talks at the inaugural Circular Economy 100 Annual Summit, sponsored by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation this June. Her message is about how 3D printing can help us on the way towards a sustainable economy. Quite inspiring 20 min with some good examples.
This is a great video summarizing in less than 25min her excellent book on Biomimicry illustrating twelve design principles that we can learn from life in order to make our economy and the products we create sustainable, thus ensuring the world remains a good place to life for future generations.
A short summary of his ideas offered by Tim Jackson in his book „prosperity without growth“. Listen to his TED talk here. Some very inspiring 20 minutes!
How our friend „earth“ recognizes human behavior and resource utilization. I can warmly recommend this „earthbook“ video. Enjoy…